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Sep 02

Idaho Association of Counties Announces Scholarship Awards

Posted on September 2, 2015 at 10:23 AM by Kristin Cundiff

Idaho Association of Counties announces the 2015 recipients of the IAC Scholarship.  Seven Idaho students have received a $1000 scholarship from the Idaho Association of Counties.  They are:
  • Brandon Bowen, a Freshman at University of Idaho;
  • Aspen Jared, a Sophomore at University of Idaho;
  • Lucia Carbajal, a Sophomore at Arizona State University;
  • Tamara Satterwhite, a Freshman at College of Southern Idaho;
  • Kenadie Krell, a Freshman at College of Southern Idaho;
  • Shania Fitte, a Freshman at Boise State University; and 
  • Adriane McGuire, a Freshman at College of Southern Idaho.
IAC has been giving scholarships to children of county employees and to the children or grandchildren of county elected officials for seventeen years.  County elected officials and employees contribute annually to the IAC Scholarship Fund through personal donations and other fundraising efforts such as auctions.  With the extraordinary efforts of the county elected officials, employees and corporate sponsors, the fund went from two scholarship awarded in the first year to seven this year.  Final selection was made from a pool of 59 applicants.
Aug 23

Fire / Hazards Map

Posted on August 23, 2015 at 3:31 PM by Mindy Linn


We have launched a Fire/Hazards Map at:

(This map and other parcel related maps are at: )


This is a live data feed and 24 hour updated information – Satellite Thermal feed; red, Fire Agencies data feed; green triangles, Fire Area Boundaries; yellow outlines.

(the layer information and legend information can be seen by clicking on the symbols in the upper right corner)

Specific parcel data can be seen for the counties that are part of the County/State parcel project.  As you zoom in, more detail is displayed.  By clicking on areas more detail is also displayed.



For questions and more details contact:

Bill Farnsworth

State of Idaho - GIO

208 332-1878 (w)

208 863-9039 (c)

Aug 18

IACT Annual Conference Recap

Posted on August 18, 2015 at 8:27 PM by Kristin Cundiff

At the 90th Annual Idaho Association of County Treasurers, Ada County Treasurer, Vicky McIntyre, took the helm in Wallace, Idaho on August 5, 2015.  Other officers of IACT for the 2015-2016 term are:  Vice President Deanna Curry, Power County Treasurer, Secretary, Kristine Lund, Jefferson County Treasurer, Treasurer, Tricia Poulsen, Bear Lake County Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Lois Reed, Latah County Treasurer, Historian, Mary Ann Heiser, Lemhi County Treasurer, and Past President, Christina “Tine” Wines, Gooding County Treasurer.

The mission of IACT is to provide an effective communication network and to be a source of education for County Treasurers while promoting integrity, credibility and professionalism.  Our conference provided education on Idaho Statutes, Warrants of Distraint, and personal development topics.

IACT contracts with North Idaho College for education.  Through this relationship, the organization awards competency recognition for various levels of education achieved.  Earning recognition at this conference for Certified Finance Official were: Tanna Beal, Bingham County Treasurer, Becky Peterson, Twin Falls Chief Deputy Treasurer, and Amber Sloan, Elmore County Treasurer.  Earning recognition for Certified Finance Professional were Vicky McIntyre, Ada County Treasurer and Kristine Lund, Jefferson County Treasurer.  Earning recognition as Certified Finance Executive was Lois Reed, Latah County Treasurer. Being recognized for 150 hours of education were Regina Pentzer, Nez Perce County Chief Deputy, Deanna Shannon, Bannock County Chief Deputy, Gail Peterson, Blaine County Chief Deputy, and Christina “Tine” Wines, Gooding County Treasurer.  Earning recognition for 200 hours of education was Connie Goins, Gem County Treasurer.  Barbara Fry, Nez Perce County Treasurer was recognized for 250 hours of education.

The Mills-Adler award was created by the Idaho Association of Counties (IAC) in honor of two distinguished county elected officials: the late Darwin Mills, Lincoln County Sheriff, and the late Betty Adler, Payette County Treasurer.  Both Darwin and Betty exemplified the qualities all county elected officials attempt to strive for.  Annually, each Association of IAC awards an elected official within their Association, this designation.  The individual who has made significant contributions to the improvement of the IACT through their dedicated service this year was Debbie Kauffman, Twin Falls County Treasurer.

President McIntyre has launched a campaign within the Treasurers’ association called “Change for a Change”.  Each time county treasurers meet during the year they will collect their pocket change.  The money will be donated to a needy individual or an organization that the association determines could benefit from a ‘change’.  A collection was taken the last day of our conference that yielded $46.24.  

Other officials within IAC are asked to follow this lead and find a way to ‘make a difference’.

Respectfully submitted
Vicky McIntyre, IACT Communications Chair