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Seth Grigg Resigns as AIC Executive Director

Posted By Justin Ruen, Friday, September 8, 2017

AIC Executive Director Seth Grigg resigned his position this week in a letter to the AIC Executive Committee.  Grigg was hired as Executive Director of the Idaho Association of Counties (IAC) and it is anticipated that he will start work for IAC on November 13, 2017. 

The AIC Executive Committee will meet Friday morning to discuss the process for filling the executive director position. 

“Your confidence, support, and kindness over the last three years have been instrumental in fulfilling my duties as Executive Director,” Grigg said.  “I could not have done the job without you.  It is because of you, the AIC staff, and your collective commitment to AIC that it is so difficult to make this decision.  However, after thoughtful consideration, lengthy meditation, and consultation with my wife I feel that the correct place for me to continue my professional development is with the Idaho Association of Counties.”

“Know that in whatever capacity I serve in the future, I hope to continue to build partnerships with AIC and its members in resolving the policy matters faced by local units of government.  Many pressing issues confront both cities and counties alike: adequate funding for magistrate court services, paying for Idaho’s public defense system, property tax administration, grappling with property tax caps, and transportation funding, to name a few.”

Grigg was hired by AIC in August 2014 after having served for five years as a Policy Analyst with IAC, where he developed great familiarity with property tax policy and natural resource policy. 

“During Seth’s tenure as Executive Director, AIC successfully advocated for increased transportation funding, protected revenue sharing, preserved annexation authority, and made important changes to local government procurement laws,” said AIC President Jeri DeLange of Hayden.

“The Board of Directors and staff of AIC have the deepest appreciation for Seth’s outstanding service to the association and we look forward to working with him in his new position,” DeLange said. 

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