- Associated Press - Sunday, August 10, 2014

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The governor’s office is seeking applicants to represent groundwater irrigators on the Nebraska Natural Resources Commission.

A vacancy has been created by the resignation of Dick Mercer, who has represented groundwater interests on the commission since 2008.

The commission helps conserve, protect and use the state’s water and related land resources through oversight of seven aid programs. The commission has 27 members who represent different water and land conservation and related natural resources management interests.

People who want to apply should send a resume, along with a completed application form, to Kathleen Dolezal in the governor’s office or email them to her at [email protected] The form can be completed on the governor’s website or requested by calling the governor’s office at 402-471-2244. Applications will be accepted through Aug. 29.

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