CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
JULY 22, 2010
Pierce to host August “Capital for a Day”
Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter
announced July 16 that the
The first-come, first-served
open opportunity to meet with the Governor, members of his Cabinet and other
senior State officials is scheduled from
Governor Otter also will join Mayor Greg Gerot, other state and local leaders, and community members for lunch at at the courtyard across from the old courthouse. The public is encouraged to come to the lunch as well.
This Capital for a Day event
coincides with the town’s “1860 Days Celebration.” Immediately following Capital
for a Day, Governor Otter will help the City of
Officials joining Governor Otter at Capital for a Day will include Lieutenant Governor Brad Little; Major General Gary Sayler, commanding general of the Idaho National Guard; Brian Ness, director of the Idaho Transportation Department; Roger Madsen, director of the Idaho Department of Labor; Nancy Merrill, director of the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation; George Bacon, director of the Idaho Department of Lands; Cal Groen, director of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG); Bill Deal, director of the Idaho Department of Insurance; Paul Agidius, member and past president of the State Board of Education; and Nate Fisher, administrator of the Governor’s Office of Species Conservation.
Also, Janet Gallimore, executive director of the Idaho State Historical Society; Kelly Pearce, director of the Division of Building Safety; Dan John, tax policy supervisor at the Idaho State Tax Commission; Pamm Juker, chief of staff at the Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA); Bibiana Nertney, communication director for the Idaho Department of Commerce; Mary Hughes, Financial Institutions Bureau chief at the Idaho Department of Finance; Dave Cadwallader, IDFG regional supervisor; Jeremy Bunch, warehouse examiner and organic program inspector for the ISDA; Ron Beecher, regional director for the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare; Clayton Steele, regional administrator for the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality; and Captain Lonnie Richardson with the Idaho State Police.
“Our rural and remote
communities deserve our time and attention as much as any other town in