The Harris Ranch Community Improvement District is seeking a Boise resident to fill a seat on its board.
The Idaho State Legislature passed a bill earlier this year requiring one of the seats on the board be held by a resident in the district. The two remaining seats on the board are held by a Boise City Council member who represents Harris Ranch, and the other is held by an at-large council member.
The resident board member must reside within the Harris Ranch CID and be willing to serve a four-year term. Boise’s mayor will select the resident board member from the applications received and the city council will confirm the chosen candidate. Current board members are Patrick Bageant, Meredith Stead and Latonia Haney Keith.
According to the City of Boise, “the Harris Ranch CID encourages the funding and construction of regional community infrastructure in advance of actual development and growth. The CID facilitates the cost of community infrastructure projects for Harris Ranch primarily through the issuance of municipal bonds.”
Board members must be able to meet a maximum of 10 times per year, with about four to five meetings held between June and September.
Cover letters and resumes can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, and the deadline to apply is Dec. 11 at 5 p.m.