Chairman Angenie McCleary

Serving Blaine County since 2008, Angenie McCleary is in her fourth term as County Commissioner. She was elected by Blaine County voters in November 2016, 2012 and 2010, and was originally appointed to the Board of Blaine County Commissions by Governor Otter in July 2008. Her term will expire in 2018.

Angenie has been a resident of the Wood River Valley since 1999. With her Masters in Social Work and background in health and human services with a strong emphasis on work with youth and youth issues, Angenie understands the challenges facing Blaine County families. Her community organizing experience in Blaine County led to Angenie’s desire to serve in public office.

Her social service experience brings balance to the Board of County Commissioners and allows her to provide expertise on issues relevant to our community. Angenie believes County government’s primary role is to maintain and enhance our community’s health, safety, and quality of life. Of particular interest to Angenie are the issues of public transportation and mobility, air service, affordable housing, integration of Blaine County’s growing Latino population, mental health and substance abuse services, and public safety.

As County Commissioner, Angenie serves on the boards of many local, regional and state groups and organizations, including:

• 5B Restoration Coalition
• Behavioral Health Interagency Cooperative 
• Idaho State Behavioral Health Planning Council
• Blaine County Ambulance Board
• Blaine County Regional Transportation Committee
• Community Food Council
• Community Mental Health Task Force 
• Friedman Memorial Airport Authority
• IAC Health and Human Services Committee 
• IAC Justice and Public Safety Committee 
• Sawtooth Snowmobile Club 
• Sawtooth Vision 20/20 Steering Committee 
• Sawtooth Valley Wildland Fire Collaborative
• Snake River Juvenile Detention Center
• South Central Behavioral Health Board 
• South Central Public Health District Board 

Angenie is committed to ensuring that Blaine County government is fiscally responsible and manages its resources efficiently and effectively. She also works to ensure Blaine County government is open and transparent, and that its departments provide excellent customer serve.

Angenie invites and encourages you to get involved with our local government. She can be reached at 208-788-5500, ext. 1173 or


Vice Chairman Lawrence Schoen

First elected in 2006, Larry Schoen is serving his fourth term on the Board of County Commissioners representing District 1 (which includes all of Blaine County south of Fox Acres Road in Hailey and Broadford Road in Bellevue).  Previously, Larry served many years as a Blaine County Planning and Zoning Commissioner, Carey Rural Fire Protection District Commissioner and a Blaine Soil Conservation District Supervisor.   

Amongst other duties and activities, Larry serves on the following boards and committees: 

 •       Blaine County Ambulance District 

•        Citizens Advisory Board

•        Friedman Memorial Airport Authority 

•        Idaho National Laboratory 

•        Idaho Cleanup Projects

•        Idaho Fifth Judicial District Magistrates Commission 

•        IAC/ISA Jail Standards Committee 

•        IAC Environment, Energy and Land Use Committee (Chairman) 

      IAC Board of Directors, District IV Representative

•        NACo Environment Energy and Land Use Committee 

•        NACo Rural Action Caucus  

•        NACo Resilient Counties Advisory Board

•        Region IV Development Association 

•        Southern Idaho Solid Waste District 

He also acts as County liaison to the following outside agencies and organizations: 

•        Blaine County Housing Authority 

•        Blaine County Community Drug Coalition 

•        Blaine County Fair 

•        Blaine Soil Conservation District 

•        Cooperative Weed Management Agency 

•        The Senior Connection 

•        University of Idaho Extension & 4-H 

•        Wood River Wolf Project  

Larry owns and operates a farm in the Silver Creek area with his family and has two children in high school. 

Contact: 788-5500 ext.1124; 


Commissioner Jacob Greenberg

A thirty year Blaine County resident, Commissioner Jacob Greenberg was appointed by Governor Otter on October 22, 2012 to replace Commissioner Bowman.  Jacob's term will expire in 2020.

Commissioner Greenberg is currently the County's liaison to the following groups and serves on the boards of many local groups including:

  • Sun Valley Economic Development
  • Fly Sun Valley Alliance
  • Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley
  • City of Hailey
  • Blaine County Ambulance District Board
  • EMS Council
  • Hailey Chamber of Commerce
  • Friedman Memorial Airport Authority
  • Treasurer and Finance Committee Chairman

As a business consultant and small business owner, Jacob is committed to fiscal responsibility and economic development.Jacob welcomes you to contact him at 208-788-5500 ext. 1176 or email him at