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Hiller retires as BVEP executive director

Paul Hiller, executive director of the Boise Valley Economic Partnership (BVEP), has announced his retirement. Hiller has led BVEP for the past four years.

“We are grateful to Paul for having helped establish this partnership and we wish him well in his retirement,” said BVEP Chairman Elwood Kleaver, adding that BVEP will begin the process of searching for a new executive director immediately.

He noted that a prospective unspecified business looking to relocate its operation is scheduled to arrive in the area this week for a site visit, and that several other potential projects are in the works.

“BVEP will continue to be a vital economic engine for the Boise valley,” Kleaver said.

The Boise Valley Economic Partnership (BVEP) is the regional economic development organization for the Boise metropolitan area, which includes the cities of Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Eagle, Star, Garden City and Emmett. With a long-term mission of creating jobs, encouraging investment in the community and maintaining a balanced quality of life, BVEP is actively involved in the economic vitality of the region.

As a separately funded division of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, BVEP is driven by a partnership of communities, institutions, chamber organizations, and businesses in the valley. BVEP offers free customized, confidential services to businesses that are considering relocating, expanding or starting up within the Boise area.

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  1. For a guy who originally declared selling Boise would be a cakewalk, it’ll be a ‘cakewalk’ if you can get out of Idaho, Mr. Hiller, with your assets entact.

    And while you’re at it, try and get some of that money back from ‘A-list Nancy’ Vanorsdale, the diva of development herself, on whose watch the whole untended mess unraveled.

    And to the board at BVEP: the ‘political economy’ counts, get that in your timid, weenie brains when you deal with the idiot white-trash Idaho Legislature. There’s only one thing that works with those nimrod turds: fear.

    If things are a mess (they are, and how!) the Idaho Legislature & now ‘Bootstrap Butch’ are 100% responsible.

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