Ada County Commissioner candidates Jim Tibbs (District 1) and Dave Case (District 3) will meet with Hidden Springs residents on Thursday, April 26, to discuss their findings and opinions on the proposed Dynamis waste-to-energy plant which will be one mile as the crow flies from the 1,000-home community north of Boise.
The event begins at 6 p.m. in the Hidden Springs Clubhouse next to the pool to Hidden Springs Drive.
The current Ada County Commissioners, including Sharon Ullman who is running against Case, and a representative from Dynamis Energy have been invited to attend and make comments as well.
Dynamis plans to build a facility within the county-owned Hidden Hollow landfill that would super-heat and gasify trash to create a gas that can be converted to energy. The facility would process daily up to 408 tons of trash, including tires, to generate 20 megawatts of power.