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Harlan County Supervisor, Dist 4

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    Cynthia M Boehler

Biographical Information

If elected, what are your priorities for economic development in your county?

If elected, what would be your three highest priorities in an extreme weather event?

If elected, what would you consider to be your top three priorities? Please detail.

Why are you the best candidate for this position?

Occupation Professional Musician, Artist, Singer/Songwriter/Author
Education Graduate of Axtell Community Schools and Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center.
Current Public Office, dates held Harlan County Supervisor, District #4 since December 3, 2018.
Volunteer experience Church organizations, Team Mates, Beta Sigma Phi Service Sororities, Nursing Home Music Volunteer, Meals On Wheels. I volunteer weekly.
Address Box 393 112 Jewell St. Alma, NE., 68920
Marital Status Single
Age 61
In light of the current COVID19 Crisis, I will put all of my energies towards saving and renewing our current businesses first and then continue efforts to attract new businesses that would enhance our local and tourist experience in Harlan County.
Through training and simulated events, I feel we have a good grip on most weather conditions the might arise in our area. Our highest priority in any extreme weather related event is the safety of our citizens, visitors and travelers. We work in conjunction with several law enforcement agencies to ensure that we are communicating quickly and efficiently to keep everyone safe. We have experienced Disaster Management officials who are willing and able to coordinate on sight response, triage and evacuation. After our citizens, it would be a priority to then implement crisis management for livestock and property, in that order. We were proactive in the flooding crisis last spring and summer and are continuing our effort to finish up the damage repairs to some of our remaining bridges and has been a very long process. I am very confident in our Crisis Management teams and or Emergency coordinators in our Law Enforcement and Health Care facilities.
1. To ensure that our Hospital and Clinic are healthy and a thriving, comfortable place for all who receive care and who are employed there.

2. To sustain our current businesses and population through the COVID19 Crisis.

3. To continue to provide transparent leadership to all citizens of Harlan County.
I believe I am the best candidate for this position as I have been trained in Communications. Being able to communicate, whether listening or speaking is vital to a good relationship in all facets of life. I also believe that it is very important to be accessible to the general public and not have an agenda that is fueled or driven by special interest groups or individuals. I do my best to listen to anyone who would like to talk to me, investigate the evidence that is before me and then make a decision based on those facts, no matter how hard it may be.