Byline: Virginia S. Hutchins
Nov. 23--TWIN FALLS, Idaho--Technology, taxes and education are the hot topics as Magic Valley's premier business organization prepares to tell legislators what it wants from them in 2003.
The Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce's board this week approved a legislative agenda which it will present to local legislators at a Dec. 13 meeting, chamber executive Kent Just said.
The chamber will ask the governor and Legislature to make telecommunications an Idaho priority so all communities can have equal opportunity to do business around the world, Just said.
And it wants to see more progress in making state agencies' technology and computer software interface well with other agencies and with the public. The public should be able to do more business with the …