Idaho pilot retires from aeronautics board

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02/03/10

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) _ A 15-year member of the Idaho
Aeronautics Advisory Board has stepped down.

Idaho Falls businessman and pilot Bob Hoff retired last month
from the board, which advises the Idaho Transportation Department
on all aviation-related issues.

The board's five members are appointed by the governor with
confirmation from the Idaho Senate.

The Post Register reports that Hoff said he enjoyed his service
on the board but thought it was time to make way for other
opinions.
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Information from: Post Register, http://www.postregister.com


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