Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 90
IDAHO RURAL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ACT
67-9005.  Responsibilities. The partnership’s responsibilities shall be to:
(1)  Assess community and economic conditions of rural Idaho;
(2)  Advise the governor and the legislature on public policy and strategies to identify the community and economic development opportunities in rural Idaho;
(3)  Act as a clearinghouse of information and as a referral center on rural programs and policies;
(4)  Conduct outreach to rural communities and facilitate communication between rural residents and public and private organizations that provide services to rural communities;
(5)  Identify organizations, authorities and resources to address various aspects of rural development;
(6)  Serve as a nonpartisan forum for identifying and understanding rural issues from all perspectives;
(7)  Improve intergovernmental coordination, private and public cooperation, and to seek out opportunities for new partnerships to achieve rural development goals within existing governmental and community structures;
(8)  Foster coordinated approaches to rural development that support local initiatives, with an imperative not to usurp the individual missions of any member organizations or duplicate effort;
(9)  Seek solutions to unnecessary impediments to rural development within Idaho;
(10) Work cooperatively and seek solutions to impediments with the national rural development partnership and other state rural development councils; and
(11) Submit an annual report to the governor outlining the work and accomplishments of the partnership.

History:
[67-9005, added 2007, ch. 238, sec. 1, p. 704; am. 2016, ch. 90, sec. 2, p. 279.]


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