Cornhusker Public Power District is governed by a 10-member board, elected during the general election.
|Andrew Daniels (2022)
Monroe, Oconee, Loup, and Butler townships, and Columbus West precinct all in Platte County, excluding the city of Columbus and villages of Monroe and Duncan.
|Joshua T. Faltys (2020)
Midland, Shell Creek, Grant, Richland, Schuyler townships, all in Colfax County, excluding the City of Schuyler and the village of Richland.
|Lawrence Franzen (2022)
Stanton, Adams, Lincoln, Wilson & Maple Creek townships in Colfax County and Sherman township in Platte County, excluding the villages of Clarkson, Howells and Leigh.
|Galen Frenzen (2018)
All of Nance County, excluding the cities of Fullerton, Genoa and the village of Belgrade.
|Jon Gehring (2022)
Shell Creek, Lost Creek, Burrows and Grand Prairie townships all in Platte County (excluding the villages of Platte Center and Tarnov).
|Robert (Butch) Gray (2020)
North Manchester, North Branch-Shell Creek, Oakland and Bonanza townships in Boone County, excluding the city of Albion and village of Petersburg.
Boone, Southeast Manchester, Southwest Manchester, and Beaver precinct, all in Boone County and Woodville township in Platte County.
|Glen Pfeifer (2020)
Walker, Saint Bernard, Granville, Humphrey, Creston and Joliet townships all in Platte County, excluding the villages of Cornlea, Humphrey, Lindsay, Newman Grove and Creston.
|Bill Robinson (2022)
Parts of Wheeler and Greeley counties including the village of Spalding, Dublin and Cedar townships in Boone County, excluding the villages of Cedar Rapids and Primrose.
|Milan Siefken (2018)
Columbus East precinct and Bismark townships all in Platte County, excluding the city of Columbus.
To contact a Cornhusker Public Power District Board Member write to them in care of:
Cornhusker Public Power District
23169 235th Avenue
PO Box 9
Columbus, NE 68602-009
2017 Board Officers
Regular Board meetings are held on the third Monday of each month, beginning at 9 a.m. Meetings are held at Cornhusker Public Power District headquarters located three miles northwest of Columbus on Highway 81 and 235th Ave. An agenda for each regular meeting of the Board is available for public inspection during business hours. The meeting is open to the public. Please contact the director representing your county if you wish to bring a matter before the board.
President: Lawrence Franzen
Vice President: Galen Frenzen
Secretary: Bill Robinson
Treasurer: Glen Pfeifer