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13 Twin Falls Residents Want To Be On City Council

Thirteen Twin Falls City Council hopefuls will have three minutes tonight to convince the City Council members that they should be the one chosen to fill a vacant seat on the council.  Last week Twin Falls City Councilman Lance Clow announced he would be stepping down from the council after a nearly 19 year stint to pursue other endeavors.  Mayor Greg Lanting announced at the time that anyone interested in filling Clow’s seat on the council should submit a resume and letter of interest by 5 p.m. April 30th. 

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TF Councilman Lance Clow Quits Council

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There is a position opening up on the Twin Falls City Council.  During Monday’s City Council meeting, Councilman Lance Clow announced he is resigning his position so he can better prepare for his campaign for the Idaho House Seat for District 24.  Clow is running as a Republican and will be on the ballot for the May 15th Primary election. 

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TF City Council To Discuss Possible Appeal Of Canyon Park Development

The Twin Falls City Council will discuss the possibility of appealing a recent city Planning and Zoning approval of a preliminary plat for the proposed Canyon Park Development project.  Developers are planning on building a small shopping mall on the empty lot between The Golden Corral Restaurant and the Snake River Canyon Rim. 

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Canyon Park Development About Ready To Roll

It may not be long now until construction on a new shopping area in north Twin Falls begins. All that is left to happen now for the Canyon Park Development to begin is approval from the Twin Falls City Council and that could happen in the next two weeks to two months.

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Proposed Retail Mall In Twin Falls Crosses One More Hurdle

There may soon be a new shopping mall in Twin Falls.  This one will be located along the Snake River Canyon Rim west of the Perrine Bridge and north of the Golden Corral Restaurant.  Last night the Twin Falls City Council approved a change that will allow for the development of the shopping center.  The vote, however, was not unanimous, at 5 in favor and two against.

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City Council To Hand Out Grants

There are some services that Twin Falls city could provide but for one reason or another either can’t or doesn’t.  That leaves opportunities for other organizations to provide the services.  And to help with those opportunities the city hands out grants to help the organizations provide those services.  The end result is that the services get provided at sometimes a big cost savings to the city.  The grants are called Municipal Powers Outsource Grant Funding. 

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TF City Council To Discuss Public Opinion Survey

The Twin Falls City Council will be discussing the results of the $11,000 dollar public opinion survey at its regular meeting tonight.  The Times News reports that the survey revealed that city residents are not real keen on civic engagement with 23 percent reporting that they attended at least one public meeting in the last year.

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City Council Turns Down Survey Request

We told you yesterday that Twin Falls City Manager Travis Rothweiler would be asking the city council for money to conduct a survey on city employee compensation and how Twin Falls compares to other comparable towns in Idaho.  He did…and they said no. 

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TF City Council Raises Parks And Rec Fees

For anyone involved in the Twin Falls city recreation program, rates will be going up.  Last night the Twin Falls City Council voted to increase city resident rates from $15 to $20 and non-resident rates from $25 to $35

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TF City Council Wants more Info On Zip Line Appeal

Also, the council made no decision yet on an appeal from a Twin Falls attorney who has appealed a decision by the Twin Falls Planning and Zoning Commission on granting a special use permit for a zip line in the Snake River Canyon.

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