Visser wins Ada commish seat, incumbents hold on at ACHD
KTVB | November 9, 2016
Meanwhile, incumbent ACHD commissioners Rebecca Arnold and Sara Baker will retain their seats. Arnold faced a challenge from former Boise City Council member David Eberle in sub-district 2. She won with 55 percent of the vote.
Visser and Incumbents Victorious in Ada County
Meridian Press | November 9, 2016
“Ada County Highway District incumbents Sara Baker and Rebecca Arnold held on to their seats.”
2016 Commission Election
Ada County Highway Commission | November 9, 2016
“Incumbent Commissioners Rebecca Arnold, District 2, and Sara Baker, District 5, won re-election on November 8th to new, four-year terms at the Ada County Highway District. Arnold won with 55 percent of the vote against David Eberle…”
Election Results 2016: ‘No’ to CWI Bond, ‘Yes’ to HJR
Boise Weekly | November 9, 2016
“…Incumbent Ada County Highway District Commissioner Rebecca Arnold pushed back a challenge from former Boise City Councilman David Eberle.”
Incumbents Sweep ACHD Elections
Idaho Statesman | November 8, 2016
“Ada County Highway District’s senior members, Rebecca Arnold and Sara Baker, successfully held off challengers in Tuesday’s elections. Arnold beat former Boise City Councilman David Eberle by more than 10 points…”
Building Contractors Association of Southwestern Idaho, Inc. Endorses Rebecca Arnold
“On behalf of the Political Action Committee (PAC) for the BCASWI, thank you for your desire to be a public servant and campaigning for public office. The BCASWI PAC voted to endorse your candidacy and contribute to your campaign. We are encouraged by the recovery in the homebuilding market both locally and nationwide. It is more important than ever that we have good individuals serving in these elected positions. We look forward to working with you in the future.”
Idaho Association of Highway Districts honors ACHD Commissioner Rebecca Arnold for Idaho transportation leadership
December 1, 2014
Coeur d’Alene — The Idaho Association of Highway Districts has selected ACHD Commissioner Rebecca Arnold as the Association’s top Highway District Commissioner at the groups’ 2014 annual meeting, November 12-14, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The Association’s most prestigious award recognized Commissioner Arnold’s steadfast commitment to effective and innovative leadership in assuring safe and cost effective plans, projects, and maintenance operations of Idaho’s local road ways. The award was the result of the overwhelming consensus of the Association’s Board of Directors, her peers, and the general membership and was presented to Commissioner Arnold by the Association’s Board Chairman Kevin Renfrow and its Executive Director, Stuart Davis. Davis stated “we are blessed and honored to have such a dedicated and accomplished elected official as Rebecca Arnold as an integral part of Idaho’s transportation team – she has not only earned this recognition, but lives it every day”.
The Idaho Association of Highway Districts is a non-partisan, non-profit, organization providing an effective, unified voice for Idaho’s 64 Highway Districts to promote the interests of all Highway Districts in the State of Idaho. The Idaho Association of Highway Districts are responsible for providing administrative responsibility and insuring safe and well maintained roadways for over 12,000 miles of Idaho’s public roadways. Rebecca Arnold currently serves on the Association’s Executive Committee as First Vice President.
Our View, endorsements, ACHD: McKee, Arnold merit re-election
Idaho Statesman | October 16, 2012
“The commission has done a good job striking a series of balances: new road projects vs. maintaining the existing infrastructure; spreading out road projects across six cities; balancing road projects against city land-use planning decisions. And the commission has managed this juggling act while holding the line on property tax collections for four successive years.”
Roundabout at Eagle and Amity intersection complete; dedication to be held Friday morning
ACHD Press Release | September 20, 2012
Meridian – From a four-way stop to a circle – the Eagle and Amity intersection has taken on a new shape that now has motorists driving through the recently constructed one-lane roundabout.
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Cloverdale/Ustick & Ustick, Duane to Campton, projects to open
ACHD Press Release | September 13, 2012
Garden City – Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians Friday will find a safer and better intersection at Cloverdale and Ustick roads – as well as a half-mile of Ustick west of the crossroads – as the $3.8 million, combined project wraps up.
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