On Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 9 – 11:00 A.M. we will host an election to fill positions on the board at City Hall in Atlanta; we hope that you will participate. If you are interested in serving or have any questions, please contact Scott Landorf, Chair, at SLandorf@msn.com or (660) 239-4253.
Here is a listing of the individuals that are running for a board position on Dec 12th:
Scott R Landorf: Board member and past Chairman. Supports the AVFD by submitting grants from the Department of Conservation for the past 3 years. Obtained MFA oil Foundation grant for new garage doors. Worked with the Department of Conservation to obtain Stewart Stevenson 2.5 Ton 4 wheel drive military truck that was converted to brush truck with 600 gal. water. Would like to continue to be a board member to support the AVFD and the Fire Fighters to assist with improvements to the equipment and gear that the Fire Fighters need to support our fire district.
Brady Bogeart: I have been on the fire board for one year. In the last year I helped our fire department get local volunteers and assisted with updating our bylaws. I have been a part of this community my entire life and look forward to being on our local fire department board again. Thank You.
Mary Nay: My family and I moved to the area in 2013 from Colorado. We settled our roots in Atlanta in Feb 2014. I graduated from Colorado State University -Pueblo with a BSBA in Business Management. I also have an accounting background from Metro State University, Denver. I was the controller for a community bank in Colorado, the branch manager for US Bank in Kirksville for over 2 years, and currently work at Alliant Bank in Kirksville as the Cash Management Director. Previous experience includes 3 years as the treasurer on a nonprofit event board in Colorado.
Holt Landorf: I have been involved in the fire service for over four years, successfully completing all requirements and being certified by the state of Missouri as a firefighter. I worked full time for the Moberly fire department, in addition to serving as the assistant chief, and as the Chief of the Atlanta volunteer fire department. During that time the fire department has made great progress updating equipment without costing members any extra in dues. I have also taken an EMT class and respond in the area as a medical first responder in addition to pursuing a career in the law enforcement field. I would greatly appreciate your support running for fire board member so I can continue to serve the Atlanta community and continue to bring my first-hand knowledge to the Atlanta fire Department.