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St. Anthony to host Gov. Little as ‘Capital for a Day’

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ST. ANTHONY — Governor Brad Little’s next “Capital for a Day” event will be held in St. Anthony, the governor’s office announced in a news release. The event will be on June 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the St. Anthony City Chambers, located at 420 N. Bridge Street.
Officials joining Governor Little include:

Department of Environmental Quality Director Jess Byrne
Department of Labor Director Jani Revier
Department of Lands Director Dustin Miller
Idaho State Department of Agriculture Deputy Director Lloyd Knight
Idaho State Police Lt. Colonel Sheldon Kelley
Idaho State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chief of Staff Greg Wilson
Department of Health and Welfare Division of Behavioral Health Administrator Ross Edmunds
Idaho Department of Water Resources Regional Manager James Cefalo
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Castle Rocks State Park Manager Wallace Keck
Idaho Transportation Department Chief Operations Officer Dan McElhinney
Idaho Department of Commerce Economic Development Specialist Jerry Miller

“It is an honor to bring my next Capital for a Day to St. Anthony,” Little said in the news release. “This event will give the good people of Fremont County a chance to discuss what’s on their minds when it comes to good government and how we can better serve them.”
Little’s “Capital for a Day” program aims to give rural communities in Idaho the chance to “address their issues directly with the Governor and his administration for an entire day,” according to Office of the Governor’s website.
Residents are encouraged to ask the governor and members of his cabinet questions, share opinions and seek answers from state agencies.
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