On APRIL 1st, you [WERE] invited to attend an "IT'S FOOLISH TO IGNORE THE PEOPLE" Fun-Raiser.
Please join with your fellow Boiseans who believe the process, transparency, and a public vote on big city projects is essential!
Money raised will help cover the basic costs of running a grassroots citizen's led initiative to give Boise voters a say about any library exceeding $25 million or stadium exceeding $5 million.
WE BELIEVE THAT OUR CITY GOVERNMENT SHOULD BE
• TRANSPARENT IN DECISION-MAKING
• FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE TO TAXPAYERS
• INVOLVING CITIZENS IN SHAPING BOISE
Petitions and yard signs will be available. Your suggested donation of $50 (or any amount) will help BOISE WORKING TOGETHER continue this critical work.
WHEN: Monday, April 1, from 5pm to 6:30pm
WHERE: Home of Adelia Simplot, 1119 E. Warm Springs Ave., Boise (please park on the street)
RSVP: BoiseWorkingTogether@gmail.com or 208-866-9701 by March 30.
Donations may be mailed to P.O. Box 7082, Boise, ID 83707.
IT’S foolish TO IGNORE THE PEOPLE.
SATURDAY MARCH 17
Signing UP SouthEast Boise
Yesterday Boise Working Together held a signature gathering event at Vista and Overland. Our president, Adelia Simplot, board member Dave Kangas, and John Gannon, Idaho Legislator for District 17, spoke to the press and a group of residents coming out to give Boise the opportunity to SIGN and VOTE!
See KTVB's coverage here : KTVB Boise Working Together
See the Idaho Statesman's coverage here: ID Statesman Boise Working Together
SATURDAY MARCH 2
Signature Gathering HAs Begun
Signature-gathering has officially begun! Yesterday a significant crowd of concerned Boiseans joined us to pick up their packets, receive a brief training, and hit the streets to get to our goal of 5,000 signatures which would put the question of a $103 million dollar library and $35 million stadium on the ballot! Join us! If you would like to help us get to our goal and to make Boise leaders accountable to the taxpayers, e-mail us at email@example.com.
We are organizing by Legislative District and Precinct. To make door-to-door outreach more efficient, e-mail us for a list of registered voters sorted by street for each precinct.
Here is a link to the Ada County Legislative Districts and Precincts: https://adacounty.id.gov/elections/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/CountyMap2018.pdf
You can find informational flyers, a flyer to tape to your clipboard, and the Legislative and Precinct map on our documents page:
SATURDAY MARCH 2
Signature Gathering Training for Library & Stadium Initiative at CoLLISTER LIbRARY!
Sycamore ROOM 3:30 pm
Signature-gathering has officially begun!! Yesterday a significant crowd of concerned Boiseans joined us to pick up their packets, receive a brief training, and hit the streets to get to our goal of 5,000 signatures which would put the question of a $103 million dollar library and $35 million stadium on the ballot! Join us! If you would like to help us get to our goal and to make Boise leaders accountable to the taxpayers, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.We have a short timeline to get 5,000 signatures to get the question of a $103 million library and a $64 million stadium on the ballot to allow citizens their right to vote on how substantial amounts of our public money are spent! The city has been running out the clock on the petition process so it leaves us with just enough time to get all the signatures necessary. However, we are going to need HUSTLE and need ALL HANDS ON DECK! if you can spare and hour, 5 hours, 10 or even 15 hours over the next 2 months, please come to this short hour-long training to pick up an initiative packet and learn how to be efficient and effective signature gatherer. You can decide to go door-to-door in your neighborhood to meet your neighbors ~or~ help us out at a big event downtown.
TUESDAY FEB 19
BOISE CITY HALL 6 PM
Boise City Council has agreed to discuss the need for real public input on projects of such magnitude. Tonight we will gather to listen to the Council members’ and the Mayor’s thoughts about the library and the stadium initiatives in a public setting, but contend that an open public hearing so citizens can speak and a vote on the issues are necessities.
Our letter in response can be found in our 'Documents' section, where we will publish important information to help facilitate a transparent discussion with the City of Boise.
READ THE LETTER IN DOCUMENTS