AIC Highlights Noteworthy People
Friday, March 25, 2016
Posted by: Gay Dawn Oyler
Check out noteworthy things being done and honors received by people in Idaho cities around the state.
Blackfoot Mayor Paul Loomis proclaimed April as Fair Housing Month.
Holly Powell was appointed as Treasurer for the City of Blackfoot, replacing Heather Schild.
Rebecca F. Bundy, Senior Planner for the City of Ketchum, is leaving the city after six years of service. She is going back to school.
Matt Wilcox, Wastewater Collections Supervisor for the City of Ketchum, is retiring after almost 36 years of service.
Three Ketchum Street Division employees—Ron Domke, Damon Vergel, and Justin Ramm—have completed training and received certification as “Road Masters” through the Idaho Road Scholar & Road Master Program administered by the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council.
Pam McGuffie recently retired as the Orofino City Treasurer, after 11+ years of service.
Donna Larson has been hired as the new Treasurer for the City of Orofino.
Orofino Mayor Ryan Smathers appointed James Engle to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Jill Woolsey resigned from the Orofino City Council, as she is moving out of state.
Kelly Mickelsen was hired as Treasurer and Grant Manager for the City of Preston. He replaces Jerry Larsen, who retired in January.
Linda Acock is the new Preston City Clerk.
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