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We Need you! The Pest Abatement District has two board members with expiring terms
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Watch this overview of TFCPAD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1tEblt56ZM

The Twin Falls County Pest Abatement District is seeking two replacement members for its Board of Trustees.  The Pest Abatement District, created by a vote of county citizens in 2008, has powers granted through the Idaho Mosquito and Vermin Abatement Act.  The mission of the district is:

To protect the health and socio-economic well being of the citizens of Twin Falls County from harmful vectors and pests, employing environmentally sound abatement practices.

The Responsibilites and duties of a trustee include:
•    Appointing a district manager or director and staff as needed,
•    Take all necessary steps for the control of mosquitoes and other vermin of public health and welfare importance,
•    To abate in breeding places on all land in the district or within migration distance of the district,
•    Work with water uses and cooperating organizations,
•    File an annual budget to the county commissioners,
•    File an annual report to the county commissioners,
•    Approve written abatement management plans submitted by landowners requesting that their property be excluded from treatment by the Abatement District.

The Board of Trustees generally meets about once a month to review district activities, address new and ongoing district concerns, review district financial records and provide a time for the public to address the Board.  Board meetings are public; however executive sessions may also take place.

Applicants should file an application for membership on the Board of Trustees and submit a brief letter describing why they wish to serve on the board and any relevant qualifications to the Pest Abatement District.  Trustees shall be appointed for four (4) years by the county commissioners.  Applicants must be a resident property owner in Twin Falls County and registered to vote in the county.  Trustees serve without compensation, but will be reimbursed for any necessary expenses involved with their duties.

Applications can be downloaded from  the Pest Abatement Website tfcpad.org, or picked up at the Pest Abatement office.
Applications will be accepted through October 1, 2016
Please Send Completed Applications to:                                                                                                                          JohnSnelling
2150 Hillcrest Lane
Twin Falls, Id 83301

  or    Tony Brand (208-420-3052)                                                                                       
 565 MonteVista                                                                               
 Twin Falls, Id 83301


Board Member Announcement 2016


 


TWIN FALLS COUNTY board application Oct 2016.docx