Osborne County is governed by a three-person commission elected by the population in their respective districts. The first and third district commissioners were voted into office in 2012 and the second district commissioner was voted into office in 2014 (to take office in Jan of the following year). They serve a four-year term. They meet in the Commissioner’s room (located west of the Clerk's office) on Mondays starting at 9:00 a.m. until business has been concluded, with a break from 12 to 1 p.m. for lunch.
Contact 785-346-2431 to be placed on the agenda.
The First District Commissioner is Craig Pottberg. Cary was elected for the term of 2017 through 2021. This district consists of Lawrence, Bethany, Ross, Corinth and Bloom townships.
The Second District Commissioner is Alfred C. Reif. Reif was elected for the term of 2015 through 2019. This district consists of Tilden and Penn townships.
The Third District Comissioner is C. W. Seaman. Seaman was elected for the term of 2017 through 2021. This district consists of Grant, Hawkeye, Sumner, Mt. Ayr, Kill Creek, Independence, Hancock, Round Mound, Victor, Covert, Winfield, Natoma, Liberty, Valley Jackson and Delhi townships.