NEENAH, Wis. (WFRV) – The polls have closed and Jane Lang will be the next Mayor in the City of Neenah.
“I’m just very excited. I’m humbled and so appreciative to the community for their support,” said Lang.
Jane Lang and Brian Borchardt were the two candidates on the ballot for in the Spring Primary election on February 15 and the Spring General Election.
Lang said she is a community and family oriented person and is excited to start giving back,”I love this community so much. It’s my home town and I am excited to serve as the next mayor.”
Some of Lang’s very proud family was at her victory party. They said she will fit right into this role.
Her older sister Susan Salm told Local Five it come down to their family values, “That’s what we were taught, to have pride in your community and to serve. And that’s real the key Jane is a servant leader.”
Lang announced her run for Neenah Mayor in December of 2021. Local 5’s Tom Zalaski sat down with Lang for Newsmaker Sunday, where she talked about the future and growth of Neenah.
A 5th generation resident. Lang tells us she and her husband raised their four children with a value of hometown roots.
Lang is currently the Executive Director of the Neenah Historical Society for the 10th year and she says the history of the city is rich with people who have innovated the area and a legacy of philanthropy from residents. She is also an Alderman in the 3rd District – for nearly eight years.
“I love this community and I’m bringing a lot of experience having served on city council and understanding our history but history what we’re making as a community every day,” said Lang.
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