Nebraska Municipal Review

The Nebraska Municipal Review is the official publication of the League of Nebraska Municipalities. The Review is published monthly at our office.

Subscription rates are $5.00 for a single copy or $50.00 yearly (12 issues). Classified advertising is provided to members free of charge. Nonmembers may also advertise at a rate of $0.55 per word. The closing date is the last day of the month preceding publication. Ads are subject to editing and will appear one time unless otherwise negotiated.

The review features articles on laws and issues affecting local government, Government Officials, leadership, and training. The Review's circulation of 3,400 readers reaches a variety of local officials including Mayors, City Council Members, City Managers, Finance Directors, Planners, Attorneys, and others.

If you would like to receive the Nebraska Municipal Review or learn more about advertising possibilities, contact Lynn Marienau. LynnM@lonm.org

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Nebraska Directory of Municipal Officials

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The Nebraska Directory of Municipal Officials is published annually. The Directory is an excellent source of information about each municipality. It contains the names, addresses, and phone numbers of elected and appointed officials from all across Nebraska. It also lists the tax rate, assessed valuation, population, class designation, and meeting schedule for each municipality. The Directory also includes contact information for all of Nebraska's State Senators as well as Congressional Representatives.

Advertising in the Nebraska Directory of Municipal Officials is a cost effective and efficient way to reach municipal officials statewide with your message. To learn more about advertising opportunities in the Directory, contact Lynn Marienau LynnM@lonm.org

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Utilities Section Newsletter

The Utilities Section Newsletter is published monthly and has a circulation of over 400 Utility Superintendents and utility personnel in Nebraska along with many Utility Section associate member firms. The Newsletter features articles on laws and issues affecting utilities and public works in Nebraska as well as leadership and training stories.

Subscriptions are $50 annually. Advertisers receive a free copy.

Legislative News

Items of Interest to Municipalities

League of Nebraska Municipalities announces Executive Board membership
Alan Michl, Exeter Village Board Chairperson, to serve as president

Alan Michl, Exeter Village Board Chairperson, will serve as president of the 2015-16 Executive Board of the League of Nebraska Municipalities. The election was held at the League’s annual business meeting in Lincoln in conjunction with the League’s 2015 Annual Conference.

York Mayor Chuck Harris will serve as president-elect of the organization’s board; Sidney Vice Mayor Wendall Gaston, will serve as Vice President, and West Point Mayor Marlene Johnson will remain a member of the board as past president.

Directors elected to the board are the following: Jean Stothert, Mayor of Omaha; Rita Sanders, Mayor of Bellevue; Fred Feldges, Council Member of Alliance; Sue Fuchtman, Mayor of Norfolk; Deb VanMatre, Mayor of Gibbon; Chris Beutler, Mayor of Lincoln; Dwight Livingston, Mayor of North Platte; and, Gerald Solko, Council President of St. Paul.
Representatives on the board are the following: Rod Storm, City Administrator of Blair; Susan Kloepping, Clerk/Treasurer of Cozad; and, Randy Woldt, Utilities Superintendent of Wisner.

The 15-member Executive Board is the governing body of the League of Nebraska Municipalities. The group formulates the League’s policy and philosophy. Each year, the board approves a budget, which determines how much revenue is necessary and available and where it will be allocated. Board members also set policy concerning League programs and legislation.

The League of Nebraska Municipalities is a nonprofit organization of cities and villages that was established in the late 1800s to represent municipalities in the Legislature. The League’s functions include sponsoring educational seminars, publishing a magazine and newsletters, representing its member cities and villages on state advisory boards and answering technical questions. The top priority is representing its members in the legislative process.