Mayor Duane August Sanger recognized for invaluable service to Redfield, South Dakota
REDFIELD, SD, November 16, 2009 /Government PR News/ -- Mayor Duane August Sanger, Mayor of Redfield, South Dakota, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in governmental leadership.
Duane Sanger has been the Mayor of Redfield since 1975.
Lending over 34 years and military experience with the U.S. Army
and U.S. Army Signal Corps
specializes in community project management and consultation.
On a daily basis, Mayor Sanger can be counted on to work toward community improvement, create job opportunities and oversee maintenance of streets, water mains, social projects, parks and recreational programs.
These tasks, of course, augment his
already busy schedule of attending city council meetings, managing multiple committees and coordinating finance and taxation in Redfield
Additionally, Mayor Sanger has been very active in the South Dakota Municipal League, an organization comprised of the cities and towns in South Dakota.
In 1997, he served as president of the South Dakota Municipal League, a tenure which proceeded his occupation in several other offices in the organization.
Prior to entering into politics, Mayor Sanger served in active duty in the Korean War.
Mayor Sanger is distinguished by his ability to recognize the community's needs and collaborate with other organizations to fulfill those needs.
In fact, his
commitment to community service is what initially prompted him to follow his
chosen career path.
In addition to his work in Redfield, Mayor Sanger is an active member of Lions Clubs International, his local chamber of commerce, the Northeast Council of Government, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States and The American Legion.