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Lake & Dam Committee

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The Nashua Lake & Dam Committee is a group of seven (7) community members appointed by the City Council to research methods to increase and maintain the depth of Cedar Lake and research sources of funding to promote economic development, recreation, and other uses of the lake. The Lake & Dam committee members serve four (4) year staggered terms. There are no residency requirements for serving on the Lake and Dam Committee. The Lake & Dam Committee works closely with the DNR on water depth and watershed management of the Cedar River and Cedar Lake area, organizes projects for lake improvements, and oversees they city budget for Lake & Dam. To get involved with the Lake & Dam Committee, you may contact a committee member or attend a committee meeting.

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

TERM THROUGH JUNE 2018

Dirk Firman

Shelly Johnson

Andy Matthews

Michael Stastny

TERM THROUGH JUNE 2020

Matthew McMichael

Stan Mehmen

Christine Skilton

Library Board

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The Nashua Public Library is managed by a board of seven (7) trustees appointed to staggered 6-year terms. The Library Board is a vital component to the success of the local library providing direct oversight of staffing, policies, finances, and directing all other affairs of the Library. Library Board Trustees are appointed by the Mayor of Nashua with approval from the City Council (resident trustees) or County Board of Supervisors (nonresident trustee*). Six (6) members must be residents of Nashua, one (1) member must be a nonresident. To get involved with the Library Board, please contact the Mayor.

TERM THROUGH JUNE 2019

Mary Philips

Kirsten Levi

Karen Sinnwell

Mariellen Dietz

TERM THROUGH JUNE 2017

Tom Combs

BOARD MEMBERS

TERM THROUGH JUNE 2021

Leslie Bonzer

Lyn Hites

 

Park Board

ABOUT

The Nashua Park Board is a group of seven (7) community members appointed by the City Council to manage all city property and facilities devoted to parks and recreation purposes. The Park Board members serve four (4) year staggered terms. There are no residency requirements for serving on the Park Board. The Park Board organizes park clean-up days, plans and hosts park events, oversees Cedar View Campground operations, and manages projects and budget for city parks. To get involved with the Nashua Park Board, you may contact any Park Board member or message Nashua Parks on Facebook.

BOARD MEMBERS

TERM THROUGH DECEMBER 2017

Jeanne Dietz

Brenda Roberts

Vacancy

TERM THROUGH DECEMBER 2019

Darin Dietz

Juanita Johnson

Ryan Jung

Nate Sinnwell

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City Government

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The Mayor and City Council are elected by city residents in municipal elections which occur each November of odd years. The Mayor and two (2) Council positions are on staggered terms from the other three (3) Council positions. All terms are four (4) years beginning in January of even years. All positions of Nashua city government are At-Large. To make inquiries regarding or seek election for Mayor or City Council, contact the Chickasaw County Auditor’s office to complete the necessary steps to be listed on the ballot. The Auditor’s office is located at the Chickasaw County Courthouse, 8 East Prospect Street, New Hampton, IA and may be contacted at 641-394-2100.

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MEET THE TEAM

TERM THROUGH DECEMBER 2019

Brenda Roberts

Kyle Lane

Ryan Jung

TERM THROUGH DECEMBER 2017

Angelina Dietz, Mayor

Rolland Cagley

Tom Johnson

MAYOR/COUNCIL MEMBERS

School Board

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The Nashua-Plainfield School District is governed by an elected 5-member Board of Directors. The School Board is tasked with ensuring high achievement for all students, setting expectations and holding the school system accountable for ongoing improvements, and being fiscal stewards of taxpayer investment in education. School Board elections are held in September of odd years, and elected members take office immediately at the first School Board meeting following the election. District 1 is composed of the N-P school district area within Chickasaw county.  District 2 is composed of the N-P school district area within Floyd, Butler, and Bremer counties.

BOARD MEMBERS

TERM SEPTEMBER 2013-2017

Brian Biershank, District 2

Rhonda Poppe, District 1

Jeff Ulrichs, District 1

TERM SEPTEMBER 2015-2019

Dawn Koob, District 2

Gail Zwanziger, District 1

County Supervisor

ABOUT

The Board of Supervisors is the executive, governing, and policymaking body of the County, under the laws of Iowa. It is the liaison office between County, City, State and Federal offices. The official duties of the office are set out in Section 331.201 of the Iowa Code. Nashua is positioned in District 2 of Chickasaw County. Regular elections for County Supervisor are held on even years in November; the staggered terms are four (4) years beginning in January of odd years. To view a current list of County Supervisors, view the County Directory on the County Auditor’s website.

 

Additional public service opportunities with Chickasaw County are available through appointment by the County Supervisors. Please inquire with the County Auditor if you are interested in learning more about serving on the Cemetery Commission, Veterans’ Affairs, Board of Health, Conservation Board, or any other opportunities.