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PSC Commissioners Johnson, Ridder sworn in during Capitol ceremony | KRVN Radio

PSC Commissioners Johnson, Ridder sworn in during Capitol ceremony

PSC Commissioners Johnson, Ridder sworn in during Capitol ceremony
Courtesy/ Nebraska Public Service Commission. Public Service Commissioners Mary Ridder and Rod Johnson.

LINCOLN, JANUARY 5, 2017— The Nebraska State Capitol was the site on Thursday, Jan. 5, for the swearing in of Public Service Commissioners Rod Johnson and Mary Ridder. The public
inaugural ceremony held in the Legislative Chambers marked the beginning of a six-year term for both Commissioners.

Commissioner Johnson, 58, Sutton, has served 24-years on the Public Service Commission (PSC) and begins his fifth term representing the 4th District.

Commissioner Ridder, 59, Callaway, begins her first term as a member of the Public Service Commission representing the 5th District. A cattle rancher and freelance writer, Commissioner
Ridder holds a Bachelor’s degree from Creighton University.

Commissioner Tim Schram, Chairman Public Service Commission said, “I join my fellow Commissioners in congratulating Rod and Mary and look forward to working together
as we continue our efforts to provide quality services to the citizens of Nebraska.”

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