Former Holland mayor now serving area residents in new capacity
State Rep. Nancy DeBoer (R-Holland) was sworn into office on the floor of the Michigan House on Wednesday by House Clerk Gary Randall (left). She was joined by her husband, Jim DeBoer (center), as she placed her hand on the Bible to take her ceremonial oath of office.
“It’s an honor to continue serving the people of Holland – and to begin serving even more citizens in surrounding townships – in this new capacity,” said the former Holland mayor. “My staff and I are hitting the ground running, serving constituents and developing legislation to make our state an even better place for families, students, workers and seniors.”
The legislator was also appointed to serve on key House appropriations committees this week. She will serve as the Republican vice chair of the School Aid and Michigan Department of Education Subcommittee. She was also appointed to sit on the subcommittees on Higher Education and Community Colleges, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, and Department of Insurance and Financial Services.
Rep. DeBoer represents the people of the new 86th House District, which includes parts of Ottawa and Allegan counties, including the City of Holland, Park Township, Laketown Township and part of Holland Charter Township.
Rep. DeBoer, along with other House Republican lawmakers, have introduced legislation to help families who are struggling with surging costs. House Bills 5264-5268 address affordability by creating a state child tax credit that is 50-percent of the federal credit, exempting infant and toddler items from both sales tax and use tax, and establishing Child Care […]
Rep. DeBoer is celebrating the Revitalization and Placemaking Program grant that was awarded to the City of Holland for the Holland Community Ice Skating Park. The RAP grant comes from Michigan’s Economic Development Fund. A total of $800,000 is expected to go to the ice rink project.