In those cases, the meetings took place in parks and once, in Placerville, a mountain town in southwest Idaho, under a picnic shelter in a chilly September rainstorm.
“We fit people in under there and just had a great town meeting,” Crapo recalled.
Crapo finished his marathon of town meetings this past week in Wardner, in North Idaho’s Silver Valley. Thirty-seven people crowded into the tiny City Hall to talk about the federal reserve, mining regulations and internet service in the Silver Valley, among other things.
Johnson said Crapo “really listened to the people when they asked the questions or gave their opinions on things.” More here. Betsy Russell, SR