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AIC Highlights Noteworthy People

Wednesday, September 11, 2019  
Posted by: Payton Grover
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People September 11, 2019

 

Check out noteworthy things being done and honors received by people in Idaho cities around the state.

 

The City of Caldwell is excited to announce the addition of the new Communications Specialist to our team! Chelsea Wilson brings experience from the political arena that includes policy research and analysis, lobbying, campaign work, and social media management. As the City of Caldwell continues to grow and expand its opportunities for new and current residents, its need for keeping residents well informed has become increasingly urgent. Chelsea will work directly with Mayor Nancolas, City Council members, press, and other city officials to ensure that information pertaining to the public is accurate and easily accessible. She will also work with the state legislature to ensure Caldwell’s unique needs are addressed.

 

The City of Idaho Falls acting Parks and Recreation Director P.J. Holm has become the next permanent director of the department. "We have amazing parks and recreational offerings in this city, and to be selected from such a prestigious group of candidates to lead this department is a real honor," said Holm.  "I'm excited to work with the Mayor and Council and the wonderful staff we have to continue to build on our established tradition of excellence in this great city." Holm joined the city in October 2013 as a recreation superintendent and promoted to assistant director in January 2019.  The UI graduate previously worked for the YMCA as a program director.

 

Holm would succeed former Director Greg Weitzel, who stepped down to lead the Las Vegas, Nevada Parks and Recreation Department June 3.

 

The City of Pocatello saw two of their employees recognized for different awards. Officer Lance Cartwright will also be recognized for receiving the Idaho Victims Witness Association’s Service Award. Sergeant Scott Matson will be recognized for earning his Supervisor Certificate.

 

The City of Moscow is proud to recognize City of Moscow EMS Division Chief Debby Carscallen who has been recently announced as Paramedic of the Year for the 2019 National EMS Awards of Excellence by NAEMT and EMS World. Carscallen will be officially presented with this prestigious award on October 15 at the EMS World Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

Carscallen was nominated for this national award by peers in the Moscow EMS community. Mayor Bill Lambert says of the award, “We are tremendously proud of Debby, who truly deserves this recognition. She is an integral part of the City’s and the Moscow Volunteer Fire Department’s team, and a shining example of the community of Moscow!”

 

Emmett business woman Marta Henry will fill a six-year term on the Emmett’s Joint Planning Commission beginning this month. Henry was sworn into the position at the Aug. 13 City Council meeting by Mayor Gordon Petrie. Henry fills a recently resigned position.

 

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 Payton by e-mail pgrover@idahocities.org or fax 344-8677.


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