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2019 AIC Annual Conference
June 19-21, 2019
Boise Centre - Boise, Idaho

Tuesday, June 18, 2019
 2:00 - 5:00 pm
Registration Open - Boise Centre, Main Lobby
 4:30 - 5:30 pm
Youth Registration at BSU
 5:30 - 9:00 pm

Youth Icebreakers at Bodies in Motion

Get to know other youth from around the state as you tackle an array of activities that are designed to encourage trust, communication, goal setting, and teamwork. First, you will take part in an exciting test of strength, balance, and agility, by taking on obstacles like those seen on the hit television show American Ninja Warrior. Then you will take to the High Ropes Course for a continuation of the team-building experience and finish up your team's final score by showing your camaraderie during the axe throwing competition!

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Registration Open - Boise Centre, Main Lobby

 7:15 - 8:00 am
Youth: Breakfast at BSU
 8:00 - 10:30 am
AIPWP Board Meeting
 8:30 - 10:30 am
AIC Board Meeting
 8:30 - 10:30 am
IDABO Meeting
 8:00 - 10:30 am
ICCTFOA Board Meeting
 8:00 - 10:30 am
IdCMA Board Meeting
 8:00 - 10:30 am
IRPA Board Meeting
 9:00 - 10:30 am
Idaho Chiefs of Police Association Board Meeting
 9:30 - 10:30 am

III-A Annual General Membership Meeting

 8:30 am - 9:30 pm

Youth Workshop: Attorney General's Office

Steven Olsen of the Idaho Attorney General's office will discuss the responsibilities of the Attorney General, including protecting children and consumers, prosecuting public corruption cases, and promoting open and transparent government.

 9:45 - 10:45 am

Youth Workshop: Civic Engagement and Political Participation in College and Beyond

This workshop will explore macro trends in youth political participation and practical solutions to the problem of a disengaged youth citizenry with the goal of empowering future college students to take an active role at their college and in their community. This workshop will also explore the basics of applying to college in Idaho, finding and securing scholarships, and tips and insights for a successful first year.

 11:00 am -1:30 pm

Opening Luncheon General Session: Perils of Penelope: Supervisor Insights

The City’s new Mayor, Penelope, faces several perils as she navigates through the minefield of being a public agency supervisor. Using interactive iClickers, compare your employment prowess to decisions Penelope makes as she deals with a variety of employment issues, discipline and ultimately termination.

 1:45 - 2:45 pm
Concurrent Sessions
  • Fundamentals of Sustainable Municipal UtilitiesKristina Gillespie of Mountain Waterworks Engineering and Shelley Roberts of Idaho Rural Water Association will provide an overview of the challenges facing water and wastewater infrastructure at the national and local levels and discuss how your city can ensure that your utilities are governed, funded and operated in a sustainable way.
  • Cities and Wireless Service Providers:  Can We All Get Along?:The deployment of 5G Internet service has important implications for how cities manage and regulate their rights-of-way.  Bob Duchen of River Oaks Communications Corp. will provide practical advice for navigating this complicated and rapidly changing area.
  • Planning and Zoning: AIC Attorney Jerry Mason will cover the fundamentals of the planning and zoning process.  You will learn how to get the "frequent fliers" and newcomers to speak the same language and have a process that will ensure all have the best opportunity to make an effective contribution at public hearings.
  • Bonds 101: An Introduction to Financing Tools for Idaho Cities:Christian Anderson and J. Michael Tippets of Zions Public Finance will cover a wide range of topics relating to municipal bonds, including: bond issuance participants, the Idaho Bond Bank Authority, general obligation versus revenue bonds, non-voted lease structures, USDA and DEQ financings, and more.
  • Strengthening Your Community Through Substance Abuse Prevention:Join us and learn how to collaborate with your local hospital, library, schools and other community partners to enhance (or begin) substance abuse prevention in your community. The Meridian Anti-Drug Coalition will provide examples of quick and simple prevention strategies they have implemented over the years. Representatives from Idaho Office of Drug Policy, Community Coalitions of Idaho and the Regional Alcohol Drug Awareness Resource (RADAR) Center will share information about funding opportunities, print and media materials, toolkits and other resources available to communities small and large throughout Idaho.
  • Getting Ready: 2019 City Candidate Elections:Justin Ruen of AIC will cover fundamentals of the election process, including: responsibilities of the city clerk, how candidates file to get on the ballot, write-in candidate filing, deadlines and frequently asked questions.
  • Youth Master Plans:While most cities want to create a safe and happy environment for their youth, it is important to remember that there is a need to pinpoint the greatest challenges facing the youth who live in our neighborhoods.  Mayor Garret Nancolas of Caldwell and Mayor Bill Lambert of Moscow will discuss how communities can formulate a Youth Master Plan to address these issues and instigate programs to benefit and strengthen youth and families.
 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Concurrent Sessions
  •  What You Need to Know About Floodplain Management: Idaho's rivers and waterways - they can be wonderful amenities or deliver disastrous damages to infrastructure, putting public safety at risk.  This workshop will provide information on floodplain management planning regulations, emerging technologies that support long-term community resilience, and critical resources cities can be utilized as cities respond and recover from flooding emergencies.  Panelists include: Justin Walker of Keller Associates, Michael Schubert of HDR, and Susan Cleverly of the Idaho Department of Emergency Management.
  • Strategies for Successful Crisis Communication:Marcus Murdock of J-U-B Engineers and Bryant Kuechle of the Langdon Group will share strategies for effectively communicating with citizens and the media during a utility-related crisis.
  • Tools for Addressing Workplace Bullying:Ashley Orme of Boise State University will share strategies for addressing bullying in the workplace to create cohesive and successful work environments and teams.
  • US Supreme Court Cases that Impact City Government:A newly-minted Supreme Court is on the threshold of deciding a number of cases of big significance to cities most notably the census citizenship question case. This presentation will provide an update of how recent changes on the Supreme Court may impact cities and recent and upcoming cases of interest to local governments on topics ranging from gun regulation to religious displays on public property to regulation of groundwater.
  • "Don't Click That" -  Cyber Security Awareness: Cyber Crime is on the rise and so are cyber liability claims. Join ICRMP’s Sandy Moser and Justin Nyquist to discuss some cyber awareness fundamentals and how ICRMP can help you and your city avoid future cyber liability claims.
  • Idaho Standard Command Responses to Schools:Brian Armes of the Idaho Office of School Safety & Security and Sgt. Craig Durrell of the Ada County Sheriff's Office will discuss how the actions that a school's community takes in the initial moments of an incident are key to protecting lives and property, and share commonsense strategies for responding to school threats.
 3:00 - 5:00 pm

 Youth: American Heart Association - Hands-Only CPR

Hands-only CPR can help gain precious time for a person experiencing sudden cardiac arrest and enable you to provide life-saving care.  The American Heart Association will demonstrate this valuable skill and with a generous donation by Scentsy, each city will be able to take home a CPR Anytime kit to continue the training in your community.  Join Brandi Keefe with the American Heart Association to learn this vital skill.

 4:15 - 5:00 pm

 Implementing the New NFIP Irrigation and Drainage Permit Guidance

Come hear about the 2019 Idaho and FEMA Region 10 MOA and Guidance - developed in order to preserve Idaho's participation in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).  Panelists include: Tim Luke of the Idaho Department of Water Resources, Paul Arrington of the Idaho Water Users Association, and David Miles of the City of Meridian.

 4:15 - 5:00 pm
 AIC Nominating Committee
 5:00 pm
Dinner on Your Own
 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Youth: Dinner and Networking Activities
Thursday, June 20, 2019
 7:00 am - 5:30 pm
Registration Open - Boise Centre Main Lobby
 7:15 - 8:15 am
 Youth: Breakfast at BSU
 7:30 am
Breakfast Buffet Opens
 8:00 - 9:00 am

Breakfast General Session: Strategies for Building Healthier Cities

Chris Danley of Vitruvian Planning will discuss recent Healthy Conditions Assessments in Twin Falls, Boise, Nampa and Caldwell and how cities can use this tool to build heathier communities.

 8:30 - 11:30 am

Youth Service Project: Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center

The Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center serves over 10,000 students and community members offering environmental education programs, as well as programs to protect the Boise Foothills.  This year AIC youth will serve the learning center by helping weed and water new restoration seedlings and assist in clearing trails.

 9:15 - 10:15 am
Concurrent Sessions
  • Economic Redevelopment of Brownfields: Tina Elayer of the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality will share information and resources for identifying and remediating contaminated brownfield properties that are potential candidates for redevelopment. 
  • Approaches for Small Town Transportation System Planning: Tara O’Brien of JACOBS will discuss technological tools available to help small cities understand their traffic and transportation planning challenges.
  • US Supreme Court Cases that Impact City Government (Repeat Workshop): A newly-minted Supreme Court is on the threshold of deciding a number of cases of big significance to cities most notably the census citizenship question case. This presentation will provide an update of how recent changes on the Supreme Court may impact cities and recent and upcoming cases of interest to local governments on topics ranging from gun regulation to religious displays on public property to regulation of groundwater.
  • AIC Municipal Water Forum: Join your regional representatives as they get updates on recent Integrated Planning updates to the Clean Water Act and AIC's legal efforts in support of the IPDES program and permits.  Also included will be a discussion on how cities can productively partner with Trout Unlimited to maximize water rights and enhance local fisheries. Invited guests include Fred Andes of Barnes and Thornburg, LLC and the Federal Water Quality Coalition, and Peter Anderson of Trout Unlimited.
  • Lease Financing of Facilities & Equipment: Since the Idaho Supreme Court’s Greater Boise Auditorium District v. Frazier decision in 2015, Idaho municipalities now have more options for lease financing. Christian Anderson of Zions Public Finance and Adam Christenson of Hawley Troxell will cover available lease financing tools for facilities, vehicles, and equipment, including both bond market and bank financing options.
  • State Revolving Fund Program: What you Need to Know: MaryAnna Peavey of the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality will discuss the State Revolving Fund (SRF) program that provides below market rate interest loans for water and wastewater projects, how to apply for SRF funding, and tips for communities that receive loans to make compliance and administration efficient and effective.
  • New Tax Laws, Payroll Law, and W2/1099 Reporting for Cities: Dan Coleman of Quest CPAs will discuss what you need to know about new tax laws, payroll law, withholding, and differences between W-2 reporting for employees and 1099 reporting for independent contractors.
  • Anatomy of a City Council Meeting: Part 1: Jerry Mason, AIC Attorney, and Jim McNall, ICRMP’s Risk Management Specialist will provide an overview of the open meeting statutes and emphasis on how to conduct meetings that are respectful and productive.  You will learn about rules that may or may not work for a deliberative body and the importance of understanding proper roles in preparation for and conducting of meetings.
  • Building Fiber Optic Infrastructure as a Municipal Utility: Bruce Patterson of the City of Ammon will discuss how the city built a fiber optic system as a utility, how this differs from other models of service delivery, and how other cities can replicate this approach.
 10:30 am - 11:30 pm
Concurrent Workshops
  • Bridging the Skills Gap: How Apprenticeship Can Benefit Your City: Kelsie Cole of Idaho Rural Water Association will discuss a new partnership with the Idaho Department of Labor to recruit and train water and wastewater operations specialists through apprenticeship.  Learn how your city can benefit from this outstanding program.
  • AIC Environment Forum: Come join us to discuss the ecological drivers for Idaho's increased community fire risk, and how planning and zoning or messaging can support effective community leadership.  We will also hear about the 2018 Shared Stewardship Agreement and how Idaho's Good Neighbor Authority creates collaborative community fire prevention and emergency planning; as well as an update on the Hells Canyon re-licensing agreement that resolved the fish passage controversy. Invited guests include Will Whelan of the Nature Conservancy, Andy Brunelle of the USDA Forest Service, and Brett Dumas with Idaho Power.
  • Local Government Purchasing: Using Co-ops & Other Best Practices: Keith Watts of the City of Meridian will cover the cooperative purchasing legislation that passed the 2019 Idaho Legislature, how using co-ops can benefit cities, and basics of the Idaho Local Government Purchasing Law.
  • Housing Strategies: Planning for the Future: Erik Kingston of the Idaho Housing & Finance Association will discuss models used around the country to create high-quality housing within reach of residents with diverse needs and incomes.
  • Preparing for the 2020 Census: Carolina Valderrama-Echavarria of the U.S. Census Bureau will discuss the timeline for the 2020 Census, share upcoming part time local employment opportunities associated with the Census, and provide strategies for cities' Complete Count Committes.  You will also learn how to work with regional Partnership and Recruiting staff who can provide local training and recruiting events in your area.
  • Anatomy of a City Council Meeting: Part 2: Jerry Mason, AIC Attorney, and Jim McNall, ICRMP’s Risk Management Specialist will provide an overview of the open meeting statutes and emphasis on how to conduct meetings that are respectful and productive.  You will learn about rules that may or may not work for a deliberative body and the importance of understanding proper roles in preparation for and conducting of meetings.
  • Collective Bargaining Best Practices: This session will cover best practices in collective bargaining between cities and firefighters.  Moderated by attorney Mike Kane, with panelists Rob Shoplock of the Professional Firefighters of Idaho, and Meridian Fire Chief Mark Niemeyer.
 11:45 - 1:00 pm

Luncheon General Session: Governing in Challenging Times

Two centuries ago, less than 3 percent of the world's population lived in cities. Today, more than half of the people on the planet live in cities. Cities have become central drivers of economic innovation and growth and the most important entities in our federal system. While cities often don't have all of the resources or tools they might need or desire, they generate creative and innovative solutions to pressing social and economic issues.  Presented by Dr. Corey Cook of Boise State University.

 1:15 - 2:30 pm
Concurrent Workshops
  • Our Communities' Public Health:The Alphabet Soup of Emerging Contaminants: The session will provide an overview of emerging contaminants and how municipal policies and initiatives can increase public awareness, safety, and facilitate effective pollution prevention for key contaminant sources.  Also included will be an overview of the City of Moscow's sustainability activities, including their hot-water weed control program.  Panelists include: Megan Larson, Ben Jarvis, and Maureen Pepper of the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality with Tyler Palmer; City of Moscow.
  • Land Surveys in Cities: Geremy Russell of J-U-B Engineers will cover a variety of hot topics relative to surveying in cities, including: the platting process, monument preservation, datum management and understanding, control networks, right-of-way determination, and types of data acquisition (GPS, conventional, drones, LIDAR…), and much more.
  • Common Characteristics of Highly Rated MunicipalitiesMost communities have had to borrow at some point to help pay for infrastructure.  Ever wonder what the rating agencies look at? Want to know how your city compares? Ted Chapman of S&P Global Ratings will provide an overview of its utility revenue bond rating criteria and observations on what highly rated municipalities are typically doing.
  • Speaking with Strength: Message & Media: Being able to develop a message, share it with strength, and respond to tough questions are key skills to refine in order to share the story of your community with the media and the public.  Jessica Flynn of Red Sky will share tips for interacting in proactive and reactive media situations.
  • Marijuana Legalization: What Does it Mean for Idaho?: This session will cover a broad range of topics relating to marijuana legalization, including policy implications of legalization in neighboring states, and will include a panel of professional experts weighing in on the potential impacts to Idaho.
  • Campaign Finance: What Clerks & Candidates Need to Know: Justin Ruen of AIC will cover what city clerks and candidates need to know about campaign finance reporting for cities over 5,000 population, including: responsibilities of the city clerk, responsibilities of the treasurer, reporting deadlines, contribution limits, and much more.
  • Trends in Rural Community and Economic Development: Lorie Higgins of the University of Idaho will share lessons from a three-state program to improve and evaluate community assessment activities by the Idaho Rural Partnership and its counterparts in Wyoming and Montana.  With nearly 150 communities involved since 2000, data from the three states provides valuable insights into challenges and trends for rural western cities.
  • Youth: Public Art Tour: Led by Karl LeClair of the City of Boise, this tour of downtown public art will focus on discovering and sharing the unique artworks that serve to communicate and celebrate Boise's culture. Please be prepared to walk and stand for the duration of the tour, wear appropriate shoes, and bring water. The tour will begin and end at the Boise Centre.
 2:45 - 4:00 pm
Concurrent Workshops
  • Idaho's Water Quality Criteria: Getting Ready for the 2020 Triennial Review: Ensuring Idaho waters are protected for fisheries, recreation and clean drinking water is critical for communities’ wellbeing and economic development. This session will include a quick overview on how new or revised water quality criteria affect strategic planning for water utilities, followed by a 'talk show' format as various stakeholders discuss current events and potential priorities for the 2020 review of our current water quality criteria.  Panelists include: Jason Pappani of the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, Brett Converse of J-U-B, Fred Andes of Barnes and Thornburg, Christy Meyer of The Freshwater Trust, and Kevin Beaton of Stoel Rives.
  • Proven Skills and Methods for Community Engagement: This interactive session will facilitate dialogue relating to community engagement.  Through active participation, attendees will share challenges and best practices while learning skills to facilitate effective public involvement to benefit their communities.  Presenters include: Gemma Puddy of The Langdon Group, and Beau Hunter and Kammie McClintock of Horrocks Engineers.
  • AIC Drug Task Force: The AIC Drug Task Force, chaired by Mayor Tammy de Weerd of Meridian, is the combined effort of cities to keep our communities safe from drugs and to minimize the impacts to the children and families of Idaho. Our focus is to educate AIC members and state officials on pressing issues influenced by drugs, share best practices in order to successfully help other communities face drug-related challenges, promote community coalitions as a strategy to engage the community in solutions, encourage diversion programs, and support drug-free workplace policies in the private and public sector.  This will be an opportunity to learn more about and get involved with the critical work of the task force.
  • Best Practices for Equitable Development & Utility Connection Fees: A panel will discuss their experience determining the cost of service for selected development fees.  The discussion includes identifying the best approaches for valuing service; managing city councils’ expectations; and pros and cons of different approaches to valuation.  We’ll consider development fee structures in the age of technology including transitioning to online permitting and whether changes to existing methods of valuing services are necessary in light of technology.
  • Understanding the Annexation Process: Brad Cramer of the City of Idaho Falls will provide an overview of the current annexation statute, including a review of procedural requirements for each category of annexation.  You will also learn the real world challenges of the annexation process and practical tips for navigating the process.
  • Urban Renewal: Impact of HB217 & Guidance on Reporting RequirementsMeghan Sullivan Conrad of Elam & Burke and Alan Dornfest with the Idaho State Tax Commission will provide an in-depth overview of the urban renewal bill passed by the 2019 Idaho Legislature and what it means for future urban renewal projects.  Alan Dornfest of the Idaho Tax Commission will cover urban renewal oversight and reporting requirements.
  • Real Life Supervisor Problems and Solutions: Being a supervisor of others – everybody talks about it, we’re going to help you do something about it.  The AIC Repertory Company (fresh from Broadway – or maybe Front Street) a.k.a. AIC’s Sheila Christensen and ICRMP’s  Mary Kummer, will reenact some workplace scenarios, following them with a discussion of do’s and don’ts and why with AIC Attorney Jerry Mason.  Learning and fun, a great combination – and you just might learn something about supervision.
  • Youth: Financial Empowerment for Young Adults: Most students wish they had a better financial education.  What do you actually know about credit scores?  How much do you really need for a student loan?  In this session, Ethan Morriss with CapEd Credit Union reviews budgeting basics for success!
  4:00 - 5:00 pm
RAI Board Meeting
 4:15 - 5:00 pm
 Concurrent Workshops
  • Strategies for Protecting & Responsibly Using Groundwater: This session will include an overview of source water protection tools available to cities and a case study on how the City of Meridian leveraged its experience with well construction and abandonment to identify a threat to its source water and worked cooperatively with DEQ to mitigate the threat.  Panelists include: Amy Williams of the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, Tom Neace of the Idaho Department of Water Resources, and Kyle Radek of the City of Meridian.
  • AIC Youth & Family Task Force Committee Meeting: There is no question that when youth and families succeed, so do neighborhoods, cities, and our state and nation.  Please be a part of initiating and implementing ideas for stronger cities and communities by joining this task force.  We need your ideas and help to improve opportunities for successful families throughout the state!  Moderated by AIC Youth & Family Task Force Chair Mayor Garret Nancolas of Caldwell.
  • Dealing with Harassment & Discrimination in the Workplace: You will learn from ICRMP’s Risk Management staff, Carl Ericson and Jim McNall, the importance of clear and updated policies, the role of supervisors in maintaining an atmosphere free from harassment and discrimination, and how to provide ongoing training for all staff including supervisors and elected officials.
  • How to Answer Public Records Requests: Responding to Public Records Requests – enough about theory – in real life, the rubber hits the road.   ICRMP’s Mary Kummer and AIC’s Jerry Mason will provide working pointers on how to provide responses to public records requests that comply with legal requirements while saving you time and avoiding wasted effort.
  • 21st Century Barn Raising: How Crowd Investment is Funding Our Future: Federal funding for housing, economic and community development is often both limited and limiting. Public funds mean regulation, which can increase development costs. The 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act created opportunities for both private investors and funding seekers. This session features Amy Cortese, author of Locavesting™—The Revolution in Local Investing, a call to re-think investment dollars as a foundation for local community and economic health, and Kathleen Minogue, founder of Crowdfund Better, an Idaho-based crowdfunding education and coaching business.

    Together, we will explore effective strategies to put private investment dollars to work in civic projects, agriculture, small business, and housing to strengthen communities and stimulate local economies. A larger interactive session is scheduled for the afternoon of Friday, June 21st after the main AIC Conference. Bring your real-world challenges for the Friday discussion!
  • Youth: TBA
 4:15 - 5:15 pm

Using Information to Make the Case for Community Health

Chris Danley of Vitruvian Planning will cover online tools to provide cities with information on community health to better inform local decision making, policy development, and planning.

 5:30 – 7:00 pm
AIC Awards Banquet at JUMP
Friday, June 21, 2019
 7:00 am - Noon
Registration Open
 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Idaho Municipal Attorneys Summer Conference
 8:00 am
Breakfast Buffet Opens in the Boise Centre
 8:00 - 9:30 am

Breakfast General Session: Preparing for the 2020 Legislative Session & Annual Business Meeting

This session will conclude the AIC Annual Business meeting, as well as feature discussion of a number of policy hot topics for the 2020 legislative session, including grocery tax repeal, annexation, revenue sharing, transportation funding, etc. This will be an opportunity to dialogue with AIC staff and other cities regarding important policy issues likely to surface in the upcoming legislative session.  Moderated by AIC Executive Director Jess Harrison.

 8:15 - 9:15 am
Youth Breakfast at BSU
 9:45 - 10:45 am
Concurrent Sessions
  • Mayors' Roundtable: Moderated by Garden City Mayor John Evans, this roundtable discussion for mayors will cover any topics you want to discuss, including intergovernmental cooperation, cultivating working relationships with legislators, local and regional challenges, community and economic development opportunities, and youth engagement.
  • Councilmember Roundtable: Moderated by AIC President and Boise City Council President Pro Tem Elaine Clegg, this roundtable discussion for city councilors will cover whatever you want to discuss.  If you have something to share as a best practice that would benefit other cities, this is the place to do it.  If you want to discuss challenges and opportunities in working with other government entities, you can do that here.  This is a great opportunity to ask questions and get answers.
  • Clerks/Treasurer Roundtable: Moderated by Justin Ruen of AIC, this roundtable discussion will cover anything city clerks and treasurers want to discuss.  Have questions?  Get them answered here!
 9:45 - 12:00 am

  Youth: Idaho Historical Museum

Come explore the newly renovated story of Idaho!  The Idaho State Museum shows the profound relationship between Idaho's people and its land have always defined what it means to live here.  View exhibits on individuals who have made an impact on Idaho and examine the History lab where you can learn history by practicing it yourself!

 11:00 am - Noon
Concurrent Sessions
  • Large City Roundtable: Moderated by Mayor Rebecca Casper of Idaho Falls.  This session will provide the opportunity to discuss issues and challenges from the larger city perspective.  Bring any topic you want to discuss, including: challenges associated with growth, paying for needed infrastructure improvements, engaging constituents digitally, etc
  • Small City Roundtable: This roundtable discussion for smaller communities moderated by Mayor B.J. Berlin of Roberts will cover whatever you want to discuss: economic development opportunities, challenges of providing law enforcement, intergovernmental relations, strengthening relationships with legislators, etc.  This session is a great opportunity to ask questions and learn from other small cities throughout Idaho.
  • Resort Cities Caucus: This roundtable is intended to bring together representatives of Idaho's resort cities to discuss current challenges, recent successes, and upcoming issues.  Most importantly, to plan ways to collaborate and communicate more effectively as a unique subset of Idaho cities.  Facilitated by Mayor Hyrum Johnson of the City of Driggs.
AIC 2019 Annual Conference Adjourns (Lunch on Your Own)



 1:30 - 4:00 pm

Meet the Experts: How Local and Crowd Investment Can Help Your City Thrive  (In-Depth)

Prepare for an expanded discussion with two of the foremost thought leaders in Crowd Investing and Crowd Funding. Bring your real world challenges! You will inspired and empowered to pursue these unique funding types in your own communities.  Speakers for this session will be Amy Cortese, Author of Locavesting and Kathleen Minogue, Founder and CEO of Crowdfund better.

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