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Tom BeernherdtTom graduated from USU in August of 2000 with a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science. He then took a job with a large defense contractor in the Dallas, TX area. While living there and working full time he attended SMU and obtained a Master's Degree in Software Engineering. Tom and his family lived there until October of 2007. In October 2007 he took a job with the Space Dynamics Laboratory and he and his family moved to Nibley in December of 2007. He currently is a Program Manager at the Space Dynamics Laboratory.

Tom is thankful for the opportunity to serve the citizens of Nibley and is looking forward to working with the City Council and employees of the city. He recognizes the importance of the decisions made by the City Council because not only will they affect citizens today but they will also affect the citizens of Nibley for many years to come.

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Amber Whittaker was appointed to serve on the Nibley City Council and began serving in June 2013.


Ms. Whittaker has served the citizens of the United States as a federal employee since July 2001 and has won numerous awards during that time including the Lance P. Sijan Leadership Award, the Sarah P. Wells Medic of the Year Award, the Molly Pitcher Award and the Office Professional of the Year Award. Her first federal appointment was as an active duty Medical Service Craftsman in the United States Air Force. While active duty she served in Wichita Falls, TX; Scott AFB, IL; USAF Academy, CO; and Kirkuk AB. She met her husband Daniel Whittaker while serving in Iraq and they were married in July 2006. Following her deployment to Kirkuk she was retired from the Air Force as a Staff Sergeant in January 2007. At that time the Whittaker’s moved to Logan, UT and purchased their home in Nibley in May 2007.

Amber began working for ARS as a Secretary to the Research Leader at the USDA-ARS Pollinating Insects Research Unit in Logan, UT in May 2007. Sixteen months later she transferred to a part-time position as an Office Automation Clerk at the USDA-ARS Poisonous Plant Research Laboratory to focus on her education.

In May 2011, Amber received her Bachelor's degree with honors from the College of Agriculture at Utah State University. In February 2011 she was promoted to a full-time position with the Poisonous Plant Research Laboratory. She now serves as a Program Support Assistant/Office Manager for the laboratory. She is currently pursuing her Master's of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Project Management and International Business and will graduate in December 2013.

Amber enjoys fishing, archery, target shooting, and playing the piano. However, her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family, help her son Alijah with homework, and watch him wrestle, play baseball and play the drums.

Ms. Whittaker has served in Nibley as the marketing chair for Heritage Days in 2009 and as the chair of the Mayor's Dinner in 2013. She is grateful for the opportunity to serve the citizens of Nibley in this new capacity, and to work with fellow City Council members to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations, as well as ensure the safety and well-being of all Nibley residents.

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Mission Statement

The mission of Nibley City is to make life better for its citizens by fostering community cooperation so residents, businesses, and government work together to develop the City in harmony with its natural environment, historical surroundings, and in accordance with the values and vision of the community as set forth in the General Plan. The City will provide fiscally sound municipal services for a safe, attractive, creative, and viable community.