Here’s a financial disclosure roundup

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Over the past two weeks, a number of local elected officials have stepped forward and voluntarily disclosed their financial information so citizens can see where potential conflicts of interest might someday exist. These civic-minded electeds are doing on a volunteer basis what an Idaho House committee failed to make a requirement. The Press asked all elected members of city, county and state government from Kootenai County to share very basic information with the public, and the following individuals have, including Post Falls urban renewal agency members who are appointed but oversee large sums of money:

• REP. PAUL AMADOR, R-Coeur d’Alene

• STEVE WIDMYER, Mayor, City of Coeur d’Alene

• STEVE GRIFFITTS, Mayor, City of Hayden

• RON JACOBSON, Mayor, City of Post Falls

• VIC HOLMES, Mayor, City of Rathdrum

• COLLIN COLES, Commissioner, Post Falls Urban Renewal Agency

• BRAD MURRAY, Trustee, North Idaho College

• WARREN C. KEENE, M.D., Kootenai County Coroner

• STEVE ANTHONY, Member, Post Falls City Council

• MIKE McDOWELL, Kootenai County Assessor

• GRAHAM CHRISTENSEN, Chair, Eastside Highway District board

• DAVID EUBANKS, Trustee, Coeur d’Alene School Board

• RICHARD HOUSER, Commissioner, Post Falls Urban Renewal Agency

• KIKI MILLER, Member, Coeur d’Alene City Council

• KATIE BRODIE, Trustee, Kootenai Health Board of Directors

• BARRY McHUGH, Kootenai County Prosecuting Attorney

• CHRIS FILLIOS, Kootenai County commissioner

• ROGER SATERFIEL, President, Hayden City Council

• LIESE RAZZETO, Chairman, Kootenai Health Board of Trustees

• JAMÉ DAVIS, Post Falls Urban Renewal commissioner

• WOODY McEVERS, President, Coeur d’Alene City Council

• LYNN BORDERS, Member, Post Falls City Council

• CASEY MORRISROE, Chair, Coeur d’Alene School District Board of Trustees

• DIANE FOUNTAIN, Lakes Highway District Commissioner

• ALAN WOLFE, Member, Post Falls City Council

• JERRY BALTZELL, Chairman, Post Falls Urban Renewal Commission

• TERRY WERNER, Commissioner, Post Falls Highway District

• AMY EVANS, Member, Coeur d’Alene City Council

• JIM BRANNON, Kootenai County Clerk

• JOHN F. AUSTIN, Commissioner, Eastside Highway District

• TOM HEARN, Member, Coeur d’Alene School Board

• LINDA WILHELM, President, Post Falls City Council

• DAN ENGLISH, Member, Coeur d’Alene City Council

• LEN CROSBY, Treasurer, Post Falls Urban Renewal Board

• STEVE MATHESON, Treasurer, Kootenai County

• DAN GOOKIN, Member, Coeur d’Alene City Council

• CHRISTIE WOOD, Chair, North Idaho College Board of Trustees

• KERRI THORESON, Member, Post Falls City Council

• MATTHEW ROETTER, Member, Hayden City Council

While that list grows by two today (see below), there are still quite a few local elected officials who have not voluntarily disclosed this basic financial information, including all the legislators from Kootenai County except Paul Amador. Please shine the light of transparent governance on for your consituents. Follow the format below and email your information to Mike Patrick:


Kootenai County Commissioner

Employer: Kootenai County

Entities paying me over $5,000:

Kootenai County


Hayden Area Regional Sewer Board

Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization

Spouse: Paige, employed at Kootenai Electric



Member, Hayden City Council

Self-Employed Consultant: Jeri DeLange, LLC

Entities paying $5,000 or more:

City of Hayden

Jeri DeLange, LLC


Association of Idaho Cities, President

Panhandle Area Council, Secretary

Spouse: Barry DeLange, Runge Furniture

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