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Victorey recognized for service to MVTA

Jane Victorey was recognized by MVTA Executive Director Luther Wynder, at left, and MVTA Board Chair Jon Ulrich for her years of service to the agency.
Jane Victorey was recognized by MVTA Executive Director Luther Wynder, at left, and MVTA Board Chair Jon Ulrich for her years of service to the agency.

Savage City Councilor Jane Victorey was recognized last week by Minnesota Valley Transit Authority Board members and staff for her years of service to the transit agency.

Victorey has served as a commissioner on the MVTA Board since 2006 and served during a time that saw MVTA grow to be the second largest transit agency in the state.

Current MVTA Board Chair Jon Ulrich, who presented Victorey with a certificate of recognition at the last board meeting of the year on Dec. 6, said Victorey has been instrumental in guiding the agency forward and brought a special expertise in the area of finance.

Victorey has represented the city of Savage on the MVTA Board. She has served on the Savage City Council since 2006.

The board’s first meeting of 2018 is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 31, at which time new officers will be elected for the year.

MVTA is the public transportation agency for Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, and Rosemount in Dakota County; Savage, Prior Lake and Shakopee in Scott County.