Monday, March 26, 2012

Capital For A Day with Governor Otter

“Garden Valley and Boise County are increasingly becoming preferred getaways for more urban areas of southwestern Idaho. But it’s important to listen to the folks who live here year-round, who understand that the open space and the beauty come at a price, who see opportunity where others might not, and who turn a small town into a community,” Governor Otter said. “These are tough, independent people, but they deserve to be connected to their state government too. I hope this Capital for a Day will help everyone better understand the diverse challenges this area faces, from economic development and local government finances and from education to protecting the resources here in a responsible and reasonable way.”
Governor "Butch" Otter

Please Join Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter for

Capital for a Day”

Garden Valley

Wednesday, March 28, 2012 
 9 AM - 3 PM
Crouch Community Hall

The purpose of “GV: Capital for a Day” is to provide an informal stage for interactions between citizens and the state government.The Governor will be bringing to the table the key administrators in the government. Everybody come with your questions!

~ ~ Local Residents are invited to join Governor Otter and local leaders
 for a lunch at noon, hosted by Winco at the same location ~ ~
State officials joining Governor Otter at the Capital for a Day in Garden Valley include:

Chairman David Langhorst, Idaho Tax Commission

Director Tom Schultz, Idaho Department of Lands

Administrator John Chatburn, Office of Energy Resources

Director Bill Deal, Department of Insurance

Also on hand to help answer questions will be representatives from:
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare - Idaho Historical Society
Idaho Department of Commerce- Idaho Department of Transportation
Idaho Department of Water Resources-Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
Idaho State Board of Education

Additionally, Mrs. Otter is reading to kids at 10:30am at the library.
Let’s welcome the First Lady!

For information call John Cottingham at 462-3178.

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