Southeast Idaho trio earns Top 5 honors at Western Snow & Ice skills competition
For the better part of two decades, ITD has sent the winners of the state roadeo competition to Colorado each fall to test their equipment skills and knowledge against the region’s best at the Western Snow & Ice Conference. Over the years, a few ITD individuals have placed high in the competition. This year, a trio from southeast Idaho added their names to that exclusive list.
White and DMV team break record issuing titles in July
Marvin White, a technical record specialist from the Division of Motor Vehicles, illustrated how combining leadership, drive and flexibility can be used to positively change workplace culture. At the Vehicle Services Department’s monthly staff meeting, his team of 12 people discussed how to modernize and improve their current situation with titling procedures.
District 5’s Krantz recognized for outstanding service, response
The Blackfoot City Transportation Commission recently recognized District 5 traffic engineer Corey Krantz for a quick and thorough response to a question of traffic signals and flow. The commission is a citizen advisory group appointed by the city council.
PERSI offers great news for pensioners and current employees
Since the performance of Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI) impacts us all in one way, shape or form, the news from the pension group is encouraging.
Public transportation advisory group seeks north-central Idaho representative
The Public Transportation Advisory Committee (PTAC) is seeking a representative for District 2 in north-central Idaho to serve on their advisory council. The deadline for submitting completed applications is Nov. 12.
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Free workshops in north and north-central Idaho show how to do business with the government
Learn basic guidelines for doing business with the government at free workshops planned for north and north-central Idaho Nov. 4-7.
Encore (10-24-14): Board hears program updates, learns about data-collection activities
At its monthly meeting Oct. 15 in Boise, the transportation board heard a report on the Community Choices for Idaho program, received an update on the Mobility Management Program contract and learned about data collection activities conducted by the Transportation Systems Office.
Encore (10-24-14): Hocken recognized for outstanding customer service, compassion
A few days ago, a note to Driver Services employee Pamela Hocken’s supervisor expressed heart-felt kudos from a panic-stricken customer thanking Hocken for compassionate service during a trying time.
Encore (10-24-14): Kuisti’s first year as Lewiston district engineer features challenges and achievements
The first year of anything is a time of significant, often unavoidable change, as the individual learns to (or is forced to, in some cases) grow and adapt to a new reality. For Dave Kuisti, the new district engineer in Lewiston, the last 12 months have been filled with challenges, obstacles, and ultimately, accomplishments. And the traffic light that gave him an unmistakable Panhandle message.