The elevators in the Treasure Valley ride only so high, so I like to keep it short and sweet. We offer amazing outdoor recreational activities and all of the big city perks without the big city challenges.
The Chicago Picasso.
“The Tipping Point” by Malcolm Gladwell.
We have a real opportunity to improve our public transportation. Our roadways and traffic infrastructure are solid but can only support so much. I see us getting more and more congested, and we could help alleviate much of it with stronger resources and offerings to expand upon “car culture”.
The Greenbelt. It’s such a vibrant, beautiful, active part of our community that brings people together, and you get to experience so much of what makes our city so incredible — whether you walk, run or cycle.
Long-term, supporting Boise’s quintessential essence — which is strong and independent, yet community minded. Also, we’re incredibly innovative and trending positively in so many ways, especially as an active, healthy place to life.
Dr. Pate of St. Luke’s, is one of our local treasures. He and his team are leading the charge for improved health care outcomes for all Idahoans, and his vision and strategy for improving the health of people in the communities we serve are inspiring.
The importance of building relationships to improve our communities. The word “relationships” gets thrown around a lot, but it truly moves mountains in terms of removing barriers to success and making realistic and measurable progress for our community.
This is an investment in Idaho’s future — helping our libraries to continue, which helps improve access to literacy. It’s a huge, powerful allocation of resources you can’t argue with.
I would not be in the position I am in today without my education. Without a solid educational base, our workforce will not have the intellectual and experiential knowledge to prepare them for the future.
My response won’t surprise you — within our city parks and the Greenbelt!
To more positively showcase our fair city. It pulls together community partners, local businesses, residents and public agencies while energizing and creating a greater sense of place in the Vista neighborhood. It’s a win win win win.
To help integrate visual and musical arts for all Caldwell residents and visitors to experience. It’s a wonderful way to help support revitalization in Caldwell while providing culturally enhancing activities for residents and guests.
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