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Hometown Heroes! On Tuesday, I had the privilege of being in the group of Ada County Paramedics and friends who welcomed home one of our local heroes, Chris Ehrman. Chris was hired …Continue reading →

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Say It Ain’t So, ACHD! At the October 21 meeting of the Valley Regional Transit’s System Performance and Planning Committee, of which I am a member, a VRT staff member brought to our attention the …Continue reading →

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Busy, Busy, Busy I haven’t posted anything on here for a little while because things have been busy; however, there are numerous issues to address. I hope to get something written up and …Continue reading →

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YOU’RE THE BOSS! TO THE 408,000 PEOPLE OF ADA COUNTY ~ HAPPY BOSSES’ DAY! I APPRECIATE HAVING THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE YOU!

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Courthouse Crosswalk Update Yesterday, I met with Ada County Highway District (ACHD) Commissioner Sara Baker, and a couple of ACHD staff members, about putting a signalized crosswalk in front of the Ada County …Continue reading →

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Interesting Ada County Trends I ran into an Ada County Sheriff’s Deputy at Moxie Java in Meridian yesterday. Good news: Deputy Don Clough told me that crime rates are down in Ada County! Today, …Continue reading →

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Penny and the Plight of Idaho’s Mobile Home Owners Last weekend, I had the privilege of speaking at a meeting of the Idaho Manufactured – Mobile Home Owners Association. I was there because of my late friend, Penny Fletcher. …Continue reading →

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Prioritizing Protection of Personnel by Preventing Problems At our quarterly jail inspection on June 15, I noted a safety concern. A young woman was alone in one of the classrooms with a male inmate. The Ada County …Continue reading →