NOTICE: The Council is proposing changes to Objective 1.1 of their 5-year Strategic Plan for 2012-2016. This plan drives the work the Council will do over the next 3 years to accomplish the goals and objectives listed. Contact the Council office or visit the Council website at www.icdd.idaho.gov to obtain a copy of the plan. Alternative formats are available on request. Comments must be submitted in writing (email or fax is fine) or on tape no later than Wednesday, July 24, 2013 to the Council office attention Tracy Warren.
Click here to view a copy of the revised objective.
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