The Idaho Association of County Assessors (IACA) met in Twin Falls, Idaho at the Canyon Crest Event Center August 22nd through the 25th for its 2022 Annual Conference.
The event featured presenters and updates from the State Tax Commission, the Idaho Transportation Department, Urban Renewal, the Department of Motor Vehicles, and ICRMP. IAC staff also provided information on property taxes and legislative updates. Members of committees also connected during the conference, some of which included the ratio committee, agriculture committee, timber committee, and the mapping committee.
IACA also held its annual business meeting and the installation banquet for new Executive Board officers for 2022-2023.
Jacquel Bruno of Custer County was elected as the IACA President, Stacy Dreyer of Adams County was elected IACA Vice President, Justin Baldwin of Gooding County was elected as IACA Secretary, Brian Stender of Canyon County was elected as IACA Treasurer, Hollie Ann Strang of Gem County was elected as Historian, and Aaron Cook of Caribou County is the Immediate Past President.
When attendees weren’t occupied with business and committee meetings and workshops, they spent time visiting with vendors during the networking breaks. They also enjoyed a social at the Turf Club and a golf event at the Clear Lake County Club on the first evening of the conference.
“It’s always a joy coming together, learning from each other, and inspiring one another to be the best county assessors we can be,” said newly elected IACA President Jacquel Bruno. “I’m excited to see what we can accomplish in the coming year.”
See and download photos from the event on our Flickr page.
2022-2023 IACA Executive Board officers from left to right:
– Aaron Cook, Caribou County – IACA Immediate Past President
– Jacquel Bruno, Custer County – IACA President
– Stacy Dreyer, Adams County – IACA Vice President
– Justin Baldwin, Gooding County – IACA Secretary
– Brian Stender, Canyon County – IACA Treasurer
– Hollie Ann Strang, Gem County – IACA Historian