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Audience: General Public Strategy: The general public most likely has no idea that the surveying laws are outdated and need to be changed to meet current best practices and standards. Utilizing multiple external communication tools (media, informational meetings, readily available information on website, etc.) will ensure the public has accurate and timely information. Tactics: RECOMMENDED TACTIC RESPONSIBILITY TIMING

Recommended Tactic

Ensure that information about the proposed law is located in a central location online to help not only inform, but create consistency in message.


Stephanie Worrell, Worrell Communications Executive Director

Timing 9/1/14

*Note that all strategy and tactic sections will evolve and are incomplete today based on the current process timeline

Essential Legislative Contacts

House Business Committee Frank Henderson, Chairman from Post Falls (Retiring) Jeff Thompson, Vice Chairman from Bonneville Gary Collins – Nampa Brent Crane – Nampa Joe Palmer – Meridian Vito Barbieri – Dalton Gardens Gayle Batt – Wilder Cindy Agidius – Moscow Lance Clow – Twin Falls Brandon Hixon – Caldwell Clark Kauffman – Filer Jason Monks – Meridian Ed Morse – Hayden Thyra Stevenson – Lewiston Rick Youngblood – Nampa Elaine Smith – Pocatello John Rusche – Lewiston John Gannon – Boise * ISPLS’s lobbyist will provide guidance in terms of outreach strategy (who, how, when, etc.) Senate Commerce and Human Resource Committee ISPLS Member Assigned to Brief John Tippets, Chairman – Montpelier Jim Patrick, Vice Chairman – Twin Falls Dean Cameron – Rupert John Goedde – Coeur d’ Alene Jim Guthrie – McCammon Fred Martin – Boise Todd Lakey – Nampa Dan Schmidt – Moscow Janie Ward-Engelking -Boise Other legislators known by ISPLS members (need to identify) *Briefing assignments and contact information (name and phone number/email) to be reported to the IBPELS Executive Director by 9/2/14 (prior to the September IBPEPLS board meeting) GSS 16 | GSS

Gem State Surveyor Spring 2014  
Gem State Surveyor Spring 2014