When new state Tax Commission Chairman Bob Geddes was appointed, he was in Boise serving as a ninth-term state senator; two years earlier, he'd sold his house in Soda Springs and bought a home in Meridian, but he was still renting a home in Soda Springs. Under state policies, Geddes was entitled to reimbursement for his moving expenses for the job, including one-way transport of two vehicles. But since he was in Boise, he had to go back to Soda Springs in eastern Idaho each time he packed up and moved household items from there to Boise; as a result, the $1,861.66 in moving expenses he submitted violated the state's rules for two reasons/Betsy Russell, Eye On Boise. More here.
- I am not a surrender monkey/Adam's Blog
- To "like" or not "like"/Blush Response
- The business of America/Fort Boise
- Dirt dumps growing in Silver Valley/Idaho Conservation League
- Simpson is odd man out/Idaho Conservative Blogger
- Play based on Craig arrest takes different turn/Dan Popkey, Statesman
- Great Divide: An uber gilded age/Marc Johnson, Johnson Report
- Castro, Tiant, & the Cuban embargo/Political Game
- Group: Climate change has cost Idaho already/Rocky Barker
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