Kaiser elected to office in Association of Counties board

Area counties also add representatives to the board.

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Elected officers in the North Dakota Association of Counties Board of Directors were, from left, Trudy Ruland, Mountrail County commissioner; Jayme Tenneson, Nelson/Griggs County state’s attorney; Carrie Krause, Wells County recorder; Steve Lee, McLean County commissioner, and Chad Kaiser, Stutsman County sheriff.
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BISMARCK — The North Dakota Association of Counties (NDACo) elected new leadership to its board of directors during the recent 2022 Annual Conference in Bismarck. More than 400 county officials from across the state attended to take in multiple workshops on topics important to counties, network with other officials and focus on potential future legislation and other issues.

The new officers elected to the NDACo Board of Directors are Steve Lee, McLean County commissioner, president; Jayme Tenneson, Nelson/Griggs County state's attorney, 1st vice president; Trudy Ruland, Mountrail County commissioner, 2nd vice president; Chad Kaiser, Stutsman County sheriff, 3rd vice president; Carrie Krause, Wells County recorder, past president.

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New directors on the board are Kelly Vincent, Griggs County recorder/clerk, who was chosen by the North Dakota County Recorders Association to represent recorders on the board, and Kari Hatzenbuhler, Morton County Treasurer, who was chosen by the North Dakota County Treasurers Association to represent treasurers on the board.

Each member of the NDACo Board of Directors represents a member association or commissioner region.

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