City officials are strongly encouraged to register for the 70th Annual Associated Taxpayers of Idaho (ATI) Conference, which will be held Wednesday, November 30 at the Boise Centre in Boise.
This year’s conference will focus on economic development, tax policy, and local government funding issues.
The one-day conference will kick off at 8:30 a.m. with opening remarks by Idaho Lieutenant Governor Brad Little. At lunch, Idaho Governor Butch Otter will address the attendees.
The presentations and panels include:
- Jared Walczak of the Tax Foundation will cover “How Idaho Compares and Competes.”
- Cortney Liddiard of Ball Ventures will discuss “Taking the Temperature of Idaho Economic Development.”
- A panel will discuss local government funding issues, including panelists April Renfro of the Idaho Legislative Audits Division, Ada County Assessor Bob McQuade, Idaho State Tax Commissioner Ken Roberts, and Ashley Goul of Verandah Sportswear.
- Bob Miller of Albertsons will discuss “Why Idaho? A CEO Perspective”
- Gregory Casey of Veritas Advisors will present “In Transition or In Trouble: Our Great Republic Post 2016.”
The ATI conference is always very informative and provides a great opportunity to network with the many legislators and other state and local officials in attendance.