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TF City Council Completes Chobani Paperwork

Although the pomp and circumstance of the Chobani Greek Yogurt manufacturing plant moving to Twin Falls was celebrated earlier this month, the Twin Falls City Council still needed to put its stamp of approval on a couple of items before it could happen.  The Times News reports that occurred yesterday during the regular session of the council. 

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Twin Falls To Join Boundary Challenge

The Twin Falls City Council voted yesterday to join the challenge against the latest redistricting plan.  The vote at yesterday’s meeting was 5 to 0 to join Twin Falls County in the challenge.  The latest plan would split Twin Falls County into different districts where the population centers are far removed.

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TF City Council May Join Redistricting Challenge

Twin Falls County could be filing a lawsuit as early as this week challenging the latest redistricting plan for the state.  And the Twin Falls City Council could decide tonight if the city will join in that lawsuit.  The latest plan to redraw the state’s legislative district boundaries separates Twin Falls city into its own district.

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Chobani Plans Sail Through Council


The Twin Falls city council gave Chobani yogurt a thumbs up last night with approval of a rezoning effort. I n order to build the planned plant, the 58 acre plot of land located at the southwest corner of Kimberly Road and 3300 East Road had to go from "commercial" to "heavy manufacturing".  City council members approved the chang

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Twin Falls City Council May Consider Redistricting Challenge

The city of Twin Falls could be joining a challenge of the recent decision of the state’s redistricting commission on where to put the legislative boundaries. 

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Twin Falls City Council To Increase Size Of Auger Falls Park

After tonight’s Twin Falls City Council meeting the Auger Falls Park could be a few acres bigger.  The Council is expected to vote later today on an agreement that would add 161 acres of federal public land to the Auger Falls park, thereby increasing its size from the current 520 acres to just over 680 acres.

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Twin Falls City Fees Going Up

Several city residents opposed the proposed increase in the Twin Falls city water, sewer and sanitation fees at last night’s city council meeting.  But in the end, the council decided an increase was necessary.

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TF City Council Looks At Fee Hikes

This evening the Twin Falls City Council will hear from city residents regarding a proposed rate increase for water and sanitation.  City officials are forecasting a shortfall in revenues for those two areas this coming year and have proposed a 5 percent increase in water rates and an 8 percent increase for wastewater.  If approved by the council city residents could see the average bill rise from $65.62 per month to $71.67. 

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TF City Council Sets Hearing On Utility Rates

A public hearing was set by the Twin Falls City Council yesterday to allow city residents a chance to give their opinions on a possible increase in city utility rates. 

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Still More Announce TF City Council Candidacies

As the deadline for announcing candidacy for the Twin Falls City Council nears, more are stepping forward to run. 

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