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AIC Highlights Noteworthy People

Friday, February 23, 2018  
Posted by: Gay Dawn Oyler
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Check out noteworthy things being done and honors received by people in Idaho cities around the state.

 

Idaho Falls Regional Airport Director, Craig Davis recently resigned. He is relocating to Hawaii to work for the Airports Division of the Hawaii Department of Transportation.

 

Lilly Miron, a Century High School freshman, served as Pocatello’s Mayor for a Day on February 26. Part of her schedule included a meeting with the City’s Police Chief Scott Marchand, the Mayor’s quarterly employee communication meeting, and a taping of “Calling City Hall.” Miron currently serves as her school’s freshman class president and is also involved in the drama program. School officials describe her as a future leader and being very accomplished academically. During the school year, a new Mayor for a Day is chosen from the city’s middle and high schools once a month. The selection is made by the school, and a different school is represented each month.

 

Jon Herrick, Water Pollution Control (WPPC)Department Superintendent for the City of Pocatello, retired on February 28 after 35+ years with the City.

 

Rexburg City Clerk Blair Kay is retiring on March 1, 2018. During his time with the City, Blair has been an active member of Idaho City Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officers Association (ICCTFOA), serving as Secretary, Vice President, and President of ICCTFOA.

 

Deborah Lovejoy from the City of Rexburg Finance Department will be the new City Clerk for Rexburg.

 

Councilmember Autumn Massender has resigned from the Spirit Lake City Council. Angel Vanderwilt has been appointed to fill the vacancy on the City Council.

 

IN MEMORIUM

 

Former Elk River Mayor James Martin passed away unexpectedly on February 9, 2018, at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow at age 78. Jim had a lifelong love of the outdoors and was a logger for nearly 45 years. Martin believed in community service. He served as a school board member in Oregon. After moving to Elk River, he served on the Elk River School Board, the Recreation District board and as a City Councilmember. He served as Mayor of Elk River for the past 25 years. Jim will be greatly missed.

 

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 GayDawn by e-mail or fax 344-8677.

 


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