Jason is leading the implementation of a new strategic plan for Mountain Rides that focuses on increased service levels, seamless integration of transportation modes, efficient use of resources, and building key partnerships.A dedicated cyclist and user of public transportation, Jason brings tremendous passion to his work – it is not uncommon to find Jason riding a Mountain Rides bus, biking the Wood River Trail, or walking around town.Certainly, you’ll find pockets of intolerance or ignorance in certain communities, just like you would anywhere else, plus some lawmakers and religious officials (who are sometimes one and the same) who continue to hold firm in opposing the unfamiliar.But at the same time, you’ll find more people who continue to push for equality, or at least to make it easier for everyone to be left alone. Though this attraction isn’t Boise’s most significant claim to fame, it is worth noting that the state where modern rodeos were said to have started, and where the sitting governor is a former rodeo champ, has a popular annual cowboy event organized by an active chapter of the International Gay Rodeo Association. 12 ranking on Advocate’s “Queerest City in America” list.Owners of assume no responsibility (and expressly disclaim responsibility) for updating this site to keep information current or to ensure the accuracy or completeness of any posted information.Accordingly, you should confirm the accuracy and completeness of all posted information before making any decision related to any data presented on this site.Ben is a volunteer Engineer/EMT with the Ketchum Fire Department and lives with his wife, Kate, in Hailey. He just started his 10th year with the company & considers it an excellent & unusual achievement at the end of a weird & diverse professional life ! ” Please – less cars driving up & down the Valley !
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