Tag: Growth Vote

De Weerd won’t run for reelection in Meridian

Tammy de Weerd
During her State of the City address in Meridian Wednesday, long-time mayor Tammy de Weerd announced this term would be her last. “Well 2019 will be Meridian’s best year yet, and it will be my last year as your mayor," de Weerd said. "I will not be running for...

Boise council member Ludwig won’t seek reelection

Scot Ludwig
Attorney, developer and Boise City Council member Scot Ludwig says he will not seek reelection this fall. "Serving the citizens of Boise has been a thrill, educational, humbling and an incredible honor," Ludwig said in a prepared statement. "But there are so many talented Boiseans that should be afforded...

The Mayors: With the election looming, who funded De Weerd & Bieter?

Tammy de Weerd Dave Bieter
INSIDE: Searchable database of prior cycle contributions It's an election year in the cities across the Treasure Valley. And the two officeholders who have some of the biggest impacts on growth will see their seats again go before voters. Boise Mayor...

Forget 2020! 2019 brings municipal elections to SW Idaho

Boise City Hall
Twenty-nineteen is a municipal election year - and local city governments have some of the biggest impacts on growth and development. Often low-turnout, sleepy affairs, this year could provide some interesting races with growth very much on the minds of voters. In Boise