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Southern Idaho Development Organization Announces Plans To Expand
Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) - The Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization, headquartered in Jerome, has opened a satellite office in Twin Falls. In a news release the group said the move will better serve its numerous community partners. The new office is located at 161 5th Avenue South. SIEDO’s Executive director Jan Rogers will work out of both offices. “SIEDO’s second location in Twin Falls will allow the organization to have a stronger presence in Twin Falls, offer more visibility for the organization, and better support those communities on this side of the Snake River,” said Ruth Pierce, SIEDO’s executive board chair.
The announcement was made Thursday at SIEDO’s annual board meeting where new executive board members were selected. Dave Westfall, partner of Westfall & Westfall CPA’s and Arlen Crouch, owner of Crossroads Point, retired from the executive board but will remain serving on SIEDO’s general board. New SIEDO executive board members include Chris Pruitt, general manager of KMVT-TV and FOX 14 and Dan Lloyd, branch manager of D.L. Evans Bank.
SIEDO, established in 2001, supports the economic development efforts of several southern Idaho communities including Twin Falls, Jerome, Filer, Kimberly, Gooding, Wendell, Castleford, Burley, Heyburn, Paul, Rupert and Glenns Ferry.