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AIC Highlights Noteworthy People

Friday, November 17, 2017  
Posted by: Gay Dawn Oyler
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Check out noteworthy things being done and honors received by people in Idaho cities around the state.

 

Ellen Maier, City Clerk for the City of Burley, has completed the requirements and been designated as a Municipal Clerk for the State of Idaho by the Idaho City Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officers Association (ICCTFOA).

 

Coeur d’Alene Mayor Steve Widmyer spoke at the grand opening and ribbon cutting of SPi CRM Inc.’s expansion in Coeur d’Alene on November 8. The company will employ 500 people to provide customer service to consumers in the United States. The event included speeches, tours of the facility, and an overview of the company.

 

Judy Smith, Deputy Clerk for the City of Lewiston, has completed the requirements and been designated as a Municipal Clerk for the State of Idaho by the Idaho City Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officers Association (ICCTFOA).

 

At the November 16 Pocatello City Council Meeting, Councilmember Gary Moore read a proclamation highlighting the efforts of nurse practitioners and establishing the week of November 12 through 18 as “Nurse Practitioner Week.” The proclamation recognizes the countless contributions that nurse practitioners have made in the area to the health and well-being of citizens. The proclamation was requested by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and signed by Mayor Brian Blad.

 

Shelly Hammons, City Clerk/Treasurer for the City of Potlatch, earned her Certified Municipal Clerk designation in September.

 

IN MEMORIUM

 

John Weber, Councilmember for the City of Moscow, passed away on November 8, 2017, after fighting a courageous battle with cancer for the past two years. John was completing the end of his second four-year term on the City Council. He was a strong advocate for common sense and efficient government and was passionate about public service and his community. A life-long member of the Moscow community, he graduated from Moscow High School in 1965 and held an undergraduate degree and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Idaho. Weber was a Moscow native through and through. “John was a great friend, both personally and professionally. His commitment to Moscow has been evident his entire life. He had a passion for this community and our citizens, regardless of who you were. We will miss John’s humor and perspectives,” said Mayor Bill Lambert. “ Moscow lost a great one today.”

 

If someone in your community has done something noteworthy or received an honor that you feel should be highlighted in the People section of the newsletter, send the information to GayDawn by e-mail or fax 344-8677.

 


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