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Posted on: June 25, 2019

Mayor Stear elected Third Vice President of the Association of Idaho Cities

Press Release AIC Officers 2(PDF)

Members of the Association of Idaho Cities (AIC) elected Kuna Mayor Joe Stear as Third Vice President for 2019-20. Stear was elected and took the oath of office on June 20 during the 72nd AIC Annual Conference in Boise where over 400 delegates representing cities from around the state were in attendance.

The Association of Idaho Cities was formed in 1947 and is nonpartisan, nonprofit corporation organized to serve Idaho's 200 incorporated cities. AIC influences policies and provides education, training and technical assistance to strengthen the ability of city elected officials and staff to serve their communities.

Also elected at the association's annual conference in Boise were the following officers and District Directors representing the geographic areas of the state:

President Suzanne Hawkins - Councilor, Twin Falls
First Vice President Tom Jenkins - Council President, Malad
Second Vice President Kevin England - Mayor, Chubbuck
Third Vice President Joe Stear - Mayor, Kuna

District Directors
District 1: Ashley Lounsbury - Councilor, Plummer
District 2: Steve Odenborg - Mayor, Genesee
District 3: Debbie Kling - Mayor, Nampa
District 3A: Luke Cavener - City Council Vice President, Meridian
District 4: Casey Andersen - Councilor, Preston
District 5: Terry Larson - Council, Preston
District 6: Robert "BJ" Berlin - Mayor, Roberts

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