Monthly Archives: October 2009

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 by Ada County in 2004, where he is currently a Paramedic and Field Training Officer. He has worked on the […]

Hometown Heroes!

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 demand of Ada County Highway District (ACHD) attorney Steve Price to shell out $400 per bus stop bench to have […]

Say It Ain’t So, ACHD!

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 posted soon about: • Proposed changes to the Air Quality Board’s Rules and Regulations. • How we saved a Million […]

Busy, Busy, Busy

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 courthouse. You might recall that I have been advocating for this project. As it stands now, people frequently run across […]

Courthouse Crosswalk Update

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, Major Ron Freeman confirmed that, although it seems counter-intuitive with the economy in such bad shape, crime rates ARE down. […]

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