Accompanying Governor Butch Otter were, from left, Administrator John Chatburn, Office of Energy Resources; Commissioner Paul Kjellander, Public Utilities Commission; Director Curt Fransen, Department of Environmental Quality; Lt. Governor Brad Little; Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter; State Controller Brandon Woolf; Director Dick Armstrong, Department of Health and Welfare; Director Bill Deal, Department of Insurance; Director Brian Ness, Idaho Transportation Department; Acting Director Bill Hatch, Division of Building Safety; and Commissioner Rich Jackson, Idaho Tax Commission.
Mayor Greg Nelson and Governor Butch Otter holding the Kuna Capital for a Day Proclamation.
Elected and appointed state and local officials filled council chambers at Kuna City Hall on January 25th. Led by Gov. Otter, they mingled easily with their hosts and event attendees that number about 60 at the 61st Capital for a Day program that sees the governor and his cabinet spend an entire day in a different Idaho community outside of Boise.
“This could be a record for suits and ties in Kuna,” said Brandon Schmeckpeper, who lives in Ada County east of Kuna.
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