Meeting the People of District 21
On Saturday, May 3, 2014, Representative Dayley, along with several other legislators and Boy Scouts, spent several hours going door-to-door, meeting citizens in District 21. The group met at Garbanzos Pizza on Lake Hazel Road. The scouts were able to visit with the legislators and complete one of the requirements for their Citizenship Merit Badge.
Kuna Candidate Forum
On May 1, 2014, Representative Dayley attended a candidate forum at the Kuna Grange #59 hall in Kuna. Several candidates from Legislative Districts 21 and 22 were in attendance. The candidates were given time to explain their candidacy. The moderator, Don Johnson, asked questions regarding legislative issues such as schools, budget, and health care. There
The Annual Meridian Go With The Flow Tour
The Annual Meridian Go With The Flow Water Tour is scheduled for June 5, 2014. Having participated in this tour I would highly recommend it to everyone. It is easy to get the idea that delivery and processing of our water just happens. This annual tour is an excellent opportunity for all to see how
District 21’s 2014 Legislative Report Meeting
On April 28 at 6pm at the Ada County Library, the District 21 Representatives met with constitutes to give their regular review of the actions taken in the recent 2014 Legislative Session. Senator Cliff Bayer, Representative Steve Harris, and Representative Thomas Dayley reported on some of the important issues this year including items discussed in their
Interm Natural Resources Committee
The Interm Natural Resources Committee authorized by the Legislature in 2013 will be continuing its review of resource issues preparing a report for a presentation to the Legislature in 2015. If interested, you may continue to follow the activities of this committee online. You can see the announcements of the future meetings and attend the
ISU meridian Health Science center
April 25, 2014 the Idaho State University held an open house and reception at the Meridian Health Science Center. It was great to see the progress of everything including the pharmacy, physician Assistants, and nursing training facilities. The future Treasure Valley Anatomy and Physiology Lab, Cadaver Lab, and Bioskills and Virtual Lab will also be
YMCA youth government
Garrett Brogan 2014 Youth Governor Speaking to the joint session of the YMCA youth government on April 24 2014. Great program and training. The future of Idaho is in good hands. Thanks to all those who volunteered in this effort and are making this a positive experience for these young women and men.
Groundbreaking of I-84
Great day April 15 at the groundbreaking for construction of the new I-84 Meridian Exchange. I was able to spend some time with an old friend and boss, Dirk Kempthorne. This exchange was originally built in 1965. At that time the traffic volume was 10,000 vehicles a day. Right now this exchange handles 130,000 vehicles
Boise Fry Company Grand Opening
Congratulations to Brian on the opening of the new and first franchise of the Boise Fry Company (BFC) at 2020E Overland Road Meridian. Great food and even better service. Excellent idea to only use local produce! Good example of the opportunity provided by free enterprise. Keep up the good work. Recommend you try it.
S 1254: “Campus Carry”
In order to preserve and protect our right to keep and bear arms it requires a constant effort. As you are undoubtedly aware, S1254 passed the House and Senate in the 2014 Legislature and was signed by Governor Otter. The following describes why I supported S 1254. !It is currently not illegal to possess a
Idaho Education Statistics
It is helpful to compare Idaho education with other states, particularly as we make the difficult choice on how to use our limited resources. According to the Report Card of American Education Idaho: • Is 29th overall – outperforming Oregon, Utah, California and Arizona. • Is graded B- in Education Policy; only six states have
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