Casper nominates accountant to fill council vacancy
(Courtesy BizMojo Idaho)
IDAHO FALLS — Mayor Rebecca Casper announced today she has nominated David Smith, a local accountant, to fill the City Council seat that has been vacant since the March 1 death of Dee Whittier.
An Idaho Falls native, Smith was selected from a list of eight people who had applied for the council seat. In a press release this morning, Casper said she planned to present her recommendation to the City Council at its Thursday meeting. She cited Smith’s long experience in forensic accounting a key element, replacing the financial acumen the council lost with Whittier’s untimely death.
Smith was also a member of the Citizens Review Committee that studied the city’s Municipal Services division in 2014. His community service includes Idaho Falls Exchange Club, the United Way of Idaho Falls and Bonneville County, the Idaho Falls Family YMCA and the Eastern Idaho Economic Development Council.
He and his wife, Karen, a recently retired city employee, are the parents of five children.
This article was written by BizMojo Idaho Content Officer Paul Menser. It is used here with permission. The original article was published here.