Elected City Officials
I’m pleased to serve as the newly-elected Mayor of the City of Aurora. There is a sense of joy serving in a progressive city that I care very much about for the future.
My wife, Nancy, and I have lived in Aurora since 1972. During that time, I taught Agricultural Education at the Hampton Public Schools for 34 years. I have served on numerous professional and community committees, was elected twice to the Aurora City Council, and three previous terms as Mayor of Aurora.
I am a passionate Husker fan, enjoy outdoor sports and traveling to new and interesting locations. I have three degrees related to Agricultural Education and have served in leadership capacities at my church, the Leadership Center, Hampton Schools and the State-wide FFA missions.
I welcome you to stop by Aurora City Hall and discuss the role of the running back in Nebraska football or some questions you might have about infrastructure, economic development, business-related activities, positive progress that the city could implement for an improved lifestyle for businesses, entrepreneurs, and families in Aurora.
Wayne Roblee is actively involved in the Aurora community. He is currently the City Council Member for Ward Three. Mr. Roblee is a graduate of Aurora High school. After high school he attended the Lincoln School of Commerce in Lincoln, Nebraska as well as Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Missouri.
Wayne has held many business positions in the Aurora community. Previously, he was Part-Owner of Jones Motor Company. He was the Sales and Marketing Manager of International Sensor Systems and is now the President and CEO of International Sensor Systems. Mr. Roblee is an active member in numerous organizations in Aurora. He is a member in the following organizations: Aurora Rotary Club, Aurora Area Chamber and Development, Advisory Board, Aurora Development Corporation, Aurora United Methodist Church, Nebraska Center for Excellence in Engineering and the Electronic Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA), International microelectronics and Packaging Society (IMAPS).
He has previously been part of the following organizations: Hamilton County Information Technology Corporation, Aurora Technology Center, Aurora Jaycees, Aurora Optimist Club, Aurora Park Board, City of Aurora Planning Commission and the South Central Economic Development District.
As a member of the local governing body, the Aurora City Council, the City Council is responsible for the development of policy, and also for the legislative oversight of the administrative and fiduciary functions of the City.
2012 marks the second year of my current four year term. Prior to being appointed to the City Council, I had not served the City in any elective office.
I am an Optometrist and have practiced my profession at Pearle Vision in Grand Island since 1995.
Working out of town has limited my volunteer involvement in the community. I have been active in the Aurora United Methodist Church, and have also been a member of the Optimist Club.
My hobbies include enjoying movies, plays, music, cooking and exercise. My wife Peg and I enjoy time with our children and extended family. We enjoy planning things as much as doing them.
As a Council Member for Ward 1 please never hesitate to contact me with your questions or concerns.
It has been my honor and privilege to serve the citizens of Aurora for over the past twenty years as a Member of the City of Aurora City Council.
Member of the Board of Directors, Hamilton County Senior Center. Active volunteer for numerous community organizations and events.
Hello, I am Nancy Lohrmeyer, serving on the Aurora City Council since January 2017. I am a native of Hamilton County and a graduate of Aurora High School and earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Kearney State College. In 1990 I moved back to Aurora, married my husband Eric and started employment with the local State Farm Insurance office, becoming a licensed staff member.
As a past member of the Aurora JayCees, I was given the opportunity to be a part of the Leadership Tomorrow Class. This led to my appointment to the Aurora Planning Commission, a position I enjoyed for over 15 years before being elected to the city council. Eric and I were part of the founding committee members for Boy Scout Troop 28. I am a life-long member of the Aurora United Methodist Church.
My interests include the fine arts, history, reading, knitting, camping, hiking and gardening, especially when these activities include my husband and two children.
Please feel free to contact me with your questions and concerns with city matters. My phone is 402.694.4535 and my mailing address is 114 13th St, Aurora. Thank you for your interest in Aurora’s city government.