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PARKING QUANDRY 07/13/2017
City Council places downtown parking high on priority list.
 
CRITTER QUARTERS 07/12/2017
Annual Humane Society Report to City Council.
 
SCHEDULING UPSET 07/12/2017
City Clerk relates scheduling compliance issues during Preparedness Fair.
 
PROPOSED BUDGET 07/10/2017
July 19 set for city fiscal year 2017-18 budget.
 
TRAFFIC CONTROL 06/30/2017
Alternatives to saw-horse barricades.
 
NEW FEE POLICY 06/29/2017
No more double fees at Sacajawea Center.
 
DOWNHILL RUN 06/29/2017
Councilman points out ditches south of town deliver excess water to town.
 
PREPARING FOR REGULATIONS 06/27/2017
City Council warned of coming regulations.
 
HOUSECLEANING DETAILS 06/27/2017
Following legal steps and correcting past errors.
 
SORTING OUT CO-OP DETAILS 06/27/2017
Council hears list of questions to resolve involving possible city/resident sidewalk replacements.
 
LEP PROGRESS REPORT 06/15/2017
Six years of accomplishments.
 
SPEED LIMIT STILL ISSUE 06/15/2017
Moving city limits sign with goal of slowing traffic.
 
LIFT STATION PROCEEDING 06/14/2017
Keller Associates present bid documents.
 
DETAIL WORK 06/14/2017
City Council deals with new and old business.
 
DO NOT DISCUSS 06/13/2017
City Clerk warms council against discussing land use issues.
 
PUBLIC HEARING ANNOUNCED 05/25/2017
Development code hearing set - city teams discussed.
 
REFUND TO CITY 05/24/2017
State refunds some bridge money - city team discusses sidewalk funding.
 
COMMITTEE ENERGY 05/23/2017
New committee for Sacajawea Center fuels new goals.
 
NEXT ON THE LIST 05/22/2017
Council begins process on next infrastructure need.
 
PATHWAYS & ENFORCEMENT 05/22/2017
City Team discusses infractions and solutions.
 
FOREST THREAT 05/03/2017
Speakers describe potential threats to the forest and the town of Salmon
 
NEW OWNER FOR HISTORY PARK 05/03/2017
Deed to History Park property officially given to city.
 
CITY BUSINESS 05/03/2017
City Teams report on April meetings.
 
NO CHARGES FOR FAIR 05/03/2017
Council waives fees for Sacajawea Center fair event.
 
SACAJAWEA CENTER SEASON SCHEDULE 05/03/2017
Upcoming activities for the Summer season.
 
BUY BACK DISCUSSION CONTINUES 05/03/2017
City continues to refine Cemetery Plot buyback policy.
 
FUTURE BUY BACK POLICY 04/14/2017
Council deciding terms of cemetery lot buy-backs.
 
COUNCIL OKs PROJECTS 04/12/2017
Repairs to dugouts approved along with future events.
 
COUNCIL UPDATES & COMPLIMENTS 02/23/2017
Council hears reports on meetings and thanks for city crew diligence.
 
SIDEWALK POLICY RESEARCH 02/23/2017
Research shows very few cities have policies regarding sidewalk replacement.
 
ONE READING TO GO 02/22/2017
Development Code and Zoning Map pass second reading.
 
REPAIRS BEFORE SWIM SEASON 02/22/2017
Council hears major repairs needed for swimming pool.
 
MONEY TRAIL DETAILED 02/21/2017
Sewer & water funding break down presented by City Finance Director.
 
MONEY TRAIL DETAILED 02/21/2017
Finance Director explains sewer and water funding.
 
WATERSHED PLANS 02/08/2017
Forest Service studies fuels reduction in watershed.
 
MYSTERY SOLVED 02/08/2017
Snow removal volunteer identified.
 
REQUEST DENIED AGAIN 02/07/2017
Fee waiver resubmitted and voted down.
 
UNANIMOUS VOTES 02/07/2017
Council unanimously approves several proposals.
 
CODE PASSES FIRST READING 02/06/2017
City Council proceeds with Development code adoption process
 
SIDEWALK PROJECT 01/26/2017
New management for Salmon\'s sidewalk project.
 
FINANCIAL MEETING REPORT 01/25/2017
City Finance Team suggests fee increases.
 
STREET NAMES REFINED 01/25/2017
Revision of street names clarify locations.
 
FIRE DISTRICT REQUEST DENIED 01/24/2017
Whitewater Park update and request for city land turned down.
 
AIR ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO BE APPOINTED 01/18/2017
DEQ reports failing grade for Salmon\'s air.
 
CHANGE OF PLANS 01/13/2017
Land exchange plans change to vacation of property.
 
YEAR END FINANCIALS 01/11/2017
Council hears 2016 financial report and requests for waivers.
 
DEVELOPMENT CODE COMMENTS 01/10/2017
City holds public hearing on code rewrite.
 
PUBLIC OPINIONS ON PROPOSED PARK 01/10/2017
Calls for councilman to recuse himself draws comments.
 
MORE INFORMATION NEEDED 12/29/2016
Council agrees to proceed and needs more information to decide land trade proposal.
 
UPDATING WHITEWATER PROJECT 12/29/2016
Council hears written report.
 
CITY SYSTEM FEES REVIEWED 12/28/2016
Finance Team discusses fees for services.
 
LAND EXCHANGE PROPOSAL 12/28/2016
Public Works Team discusses land exchange proposal.
 
TENDING TO DETAILS 12/27/2016
Council finishes year end business.
 
PUMP TRACK PLANS 12/27/2016
Senior student makes pump track his Senior Project.
 
LAST MEETING FOR 2016 12/15/2016
Council changes date for last meeting and takes care of other business.
 
PROJECT REPORT 12/14/2016
Projects being completed.
 
FUTURE MEETING TOPIC 12/07/2016
Council will re-discuss a stalled City/County Interagency Agreement at a later date.
 
DISCHARGE AGREEMENT REQUESTED 11/23/2016
Forest Service asks city to take on sewerage
 
ZONING QUESTIONS 11/23/2016
Council hears questions on zoning definitions and procedures.
 
SENIOR PROJECT 11/22/2016
High School senior announces plan to Parks & Recreation Team.
 
ALTERNATE BRIDGE AGREEMENT 11/22/2016
City makes additions to joint agreement.
 
BRIDGE DECK IN PLACE 11/21/2016
Deck for Island Park Bridge arrives and put in place.
 
DONATION TO CITY 11/08/2016
History Park purchased and given.
 
ISLAND PARK BRIDGE 11/08/2016
Bridge continues to grow in spite of very high river flows.
 
COUNCIL DEBATES REPORTS 11/07/2016
Council discusses transportation, whitewater park and joint agreement.
 
REPORT ON SUCCESSFUL SEASON 10/27/2016
Statistics on 2016 swimming pool use.
 
DRAFT DESIGN ACCEPTED 10/27/2016
Numerous amended motions lead to acceptance of boulders in park design.
 
ISLAND PARK BRIDGE UPDATE 10/25/2016
Force of water flow creating challenges.
 
PROPERTY OFFERED FOR SALE 10/25/2016
Estate Trust offers to sell History Park to the city.
 
LEGAL OPINION ANNOUNCED 10/24/2016
Council advised to proceed with new agreement.
 
JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT NEEDED 10/24/2016
Engineer explains how to acquire a second bridge.
 
WASTE IMPACTS 10/07/2016
Question of extra waste impacts on city plant.
 
CHRISTMAS IN NOVEMBER 10/06/2016
D. D.C. by way of Salmon
 
PLANNING FOR MEMORIAL 10/06/2016
Preliminary designs for Memorial Park shown to City Council.
 
COST OF LIVING 10/05/2016
City residents say taxes are too high.
 
NO AGREEMENTS NEEDED 10/05/2016
City eliminating the need for agreements with local teams.
 
AGAINST THE FLOW 10/04/2016
Construction crews redirect 950 cubic feet of water per second.
 
COST SHARE PROPOSED 10/04/2016
Councilman thinks sharing cost of sidewalks is fair.
 
DISCUSSION PLACED ON HOLD 10/03/2016
Threat of law suit shuts down open discussion.
 
COUNCIL APPROVES FUNDING 09/15/2016
Local Option Tax monies awarded.
 
EXCHANGES FINALIZED 09/15/2016
Properties exchanged and listed.
 
CITY CODES 09/14/2016
Present and future city codes questioned.
 
SERVICES OFFERED 09/13/2016
Council hears update on Mahoney House.
 
EVALUATION ORDERED 09/12/2016
City contracts study on lift stations.
 
REDUCING RIPPLE EFFECTS 09/07/2016
Council addresses possible liabilities.
 
BUILDING TO BEGIN ABOVE HIGH WATER LINE 09/07/2016
Council gives Notice to Proceed to bridge contractor.
 
TEAM DISCUSSES FINANCES 08/25/2016
City finances good in July and August.
 
FENCE CAUSES DISCUSSION 08/25/2016
Council would like to have been consulted.
 
COMMENTS TO COUNCIL 08/25/2016
Whitewater Park agreement renewal brings public comments.
 
ADDRESSES TO BE ADDRESSED 08/24/2016
City team will tabulate resident input on street name changes.
 
MONEY FOR CENTER 08/24/2016
Sacajawea Center awarded grant.
 
INCONSIDERATE PET OWNERS 08/23/2016
Teams discuss city business.
 
RENEWAL DISCUSSED 08/22/2016
City Council discusses upcoming city/Whitewater Association agreement.
 
CITY SIGNS ON 08/09/2016
City agrees to join DEQ air quality program.
 
ROUND TABLE TOPICS 08/09/2016
Budget second reading and business details.
 
ROUND TABLE TOPICS 08/09/2016
Budget second reading and business details.
 
NEW APPROACH NEEDED 07/28/2016
City Clerk recommends changes are needed in park use agreements.
 
CAMPAIGN FOR NEW SNACK 07/28/2016
Fund raiser underway for hockey rink improvements.
 
COMMENTS ON COMMENTS 07/27/2016
Public comments about behavior and council actions.
 
IRATE NEIGHBORS 07/26/2016
Council receives complaints from Salmon River Days event.
 
BUDGET REARRANGED 07/26/2016
City Council changes proposed budget in answer to complaints.
 
COMMENT OPPORTUNITIES 07/12/2016
Council votes on proposed budget and number of public comment segments.
 
OVERSIGHT ENGINEER HIRED 07/11/2016
City contracts with Gibbs to oversee bridge construction.
 
CITY CODE UPHELD 07/10/2016
Solicitation code upheld by City Council.
 
COMPLAINTS & COMPLIMENTS 06/23/2016
Council Roundtable discussion/
 
PUBLIC WORKS & PARKS & RECREATION REPORTS 06/22/2016
Teams report meetings to City Council.
 
67% COMPLETE 06/22/2016
Budget year 67% complete and all is well.
 
BRIDGE CHANGE ORDER 06/21/2016
Council discusses additional bridge expenses.
 
ANOTHER BRIDGE DETAIL 06/21/2016
More paperwork to submit.
 
INNOVATION CENTER FUNDS DWINDLING 06/20/2016
LCEDA Treasurer reports financial measures being taken at Business and Innovation Center.
 
TRADITIONS CONTINUE 06/15/2016
Annual events approved by City Council.
 
FOLLOW UP 06/08/2016
Updates to ongoing projects.
 
WORK SESSION 06/07/2016
Patron argues with work session plan.
 
SMOKE IS GUARANTEED 06/07/2016
Forest Service Supervisor explains timing of Humbug burn.
 
CHANGE IN BURIAL SERVICES 05/24/2016
City Council votes to end Sunday burial services at cemetery.
 
KIDS CREEK REPORT 05/24/2016
Initial flood prevention work list completed.
 
DRAFT BUDGET IN THE WORKS 05/24/2016
Finance Director announces when budget writing will commence.
 
PLANNING INPUT WANTED 05/24/2016
Sacajawea Center Director seeks public participation and advice.
 
PARK TO THANK VETERANS 05/23/2016
Council votes to dedicate park to veterans.
 
SUMMER PLANS 05/23/2016
Plans made for Summer when it arrives.
 
ALL DOWNHILL 05/12/2016
Surveyor doubts flood plain insurance is needed.
 
SAVINGS VITAL TO BUDGET 05/12/2016
City Finance Director stresses the importance of not spending it all.
 
LOTS AND EXCHANGES 05/09/2016
City Council tends to unfinished business.
 
PROPERTY PROPOSAL 04/28/2016
Council discusses property offer.
 
IN HONOR OF VETERANS 04/28/2016
Council asked to consider Town Square name change.
 
SECOND CROSSING 04/28/2016
Engineer explains need for second bridge.
 
TEAM HEARS DOG ISSUES 04/27/2016
Council team reports on off leash problems in Town Square Park.
 
PROCESS PROPOSAL 04/26/2016
Council President presents different approach to budget process.
 
NO PARKING PROBLEM 04/26/2016
Council hears lack of parking complaints.
 
BRIDGE PROJECT AWARDED 04/20/2016
Construction contract goes to local contractor.
 
WHITEWATER PARK REPORT 04/20/2016
Council hears update on park progress.
 
FINANCIAL REVIEW 04/13/2016
Team discusses city finances.
 
CITY SIGNS ON WITH COUNTY 04/13/2016
City officially joins county in search for second river crossing.
 
EDUCATION REPORT 04/12/2016
Council hears yearly update from Lemhi Education Project.
 
FUNDS TO FINISH STUDY 04/12/2016
City Council grants request for money to complete assessment.
 
AGREEMENTS REVIEWED 03/24/2016
Council begins renewing yearly agreements.
 
MULTIPLE USE 03/23/2016
Council approves Pickle Ball offer.
 
RECOGNITION FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE 03/23/2016
Teen honored for her state and national recognition.
 
SIDEWALK FOOD STANDS DISCUSSED 03/22/2016
City Public Safety Team checks state codes on mobile food stands.
 
UPDATE ON KIDS CREEK 03/22/2016
Public Works Team reports on work accomplished to prevent future flooding.
 
FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR EVENTS 03/21/2016
Councilmen vote on each of nine recommended LOT allocations.
 
NONEXISTANT ALLEY 03/09/2016
Alley that only exists on paper to be vacated.
 
BIDDING PROCESS ACTIVATED 03/08/2016
Island Park Bridge project out for bid.
 
CYCLE I REQUESTS 03/07/2016
Requests for LOT funding presented to City Council.
 
AGENCIES OUTLINE REQUIREMENTS 02/29/2016
Pre-permitting application meeting for Whitewater Park.
 
PROJECT PLACED ON HOLD 02/25/2016
Odd Fellows building has to pass seismic test before Opera House project can proceed.
 
PUBLIC WORKS TEAM REPORT 02/24/2016
Public Works Team reviews flooding potential.
 
RIDE ALONGS PLANNED 02/23/2016
Council hears team reports.
 
SUPPORT FOR APPLICATION 02/23/2016
Council supports application to become Gateway Community.
 
MEETING TO DISCUSS MEETING 02/22/2016
City Council will meet Wednesday to discuss what questions to ask agencies.
 
RECOGNITION DAY 02/22/2016
City will participate in National Service Recognition Day.
 
PREVENTION MEASURES APPRECIATED 02/20/2016
City thanked for work done on flood prevention.
 
ANOTHER STEP FORWARD 02/08/2016
Bridge plans approved by City Council.
 
NEW PACKET POLICY 02/07/2016
More lead time requested.
 
MEETING WITHIN MEETING 02/06/2016
Measures that have to be taken for council quorum to attend meeting.
 
PROACTIVE EFFORTS 02/03/2016
With permission crews clear channel.
 
COUNTY PREPARATIONS 02/03/2016
County EMS Coordinator tells council about plans in place.
 
RECOMMEDATIONS FROM TEAMS 01/27/2016
Finance and Public Works team reports heard by City Council.
 
COUNCIL GRANTS REQUESTS 01/25/2016
Requests for three letters of support granted.
 
WATER QUALITY QUESTION 01/25/2016
Question concerning local water quality answered during council Roundtable.
 
BY THE BUDGET 01/20/2016
Finance Director urges City Council to follow budget rules.
 
DISCUSSION CONTINUES TO 2016 01/11/2016
City Council continues Whitewater Kayak Park discussion.
 
OPERA HOUSE UPDATE 01/11/2016
City hears two letters of request.
 
SWEARING IN 01/09/2016
Official swearing in of officials and appointments for 2016.
 
FIRST OF YEAR SUMMARY 01/06/2016
Council hears updates from various city departments.
 
AUDIT ACCEPTED 2016
City audit passed and requests approved.
 
POSSIBLE WORKSHOP 12/23/2015
City Council to write letter of support for workshop.
 
TEAM DISCUSSES FINANCES 12/23/2015
City Council hears report of latest Finance Team meeting.
 
ORDINANCE ADOPTED 12/22/2015
City Council waives three reading rule to adopt snow ordinance.
 
TRYING TO GET ANSWERS 12/22/2015
Questions passed from one to another.
 
PROPOSED PARK UPDATE 12/21/2015
Council hears report on Kayak Park project.
 
WAIDELY RECAPS FIVE YEARS 12/21/2015
Councilman lists accomplishments and things yet to do.
 
PUBLIC WORKS RECOMMENDATION 12/18/2015
Request to vacate street denied.
 
BUS SERVICE 12/09/2015
Lemhi Ride having great success.
 
WINTER RULES 12/09/2015
Snow removal ordinance on hold.
 
TO DO LIST PROMISED 12/08/2015
Departing councilman will submit a yet-to-do list.
 
LINGERING TOPIC 12/07/2015
Council engages in Whitewater Park discussion.
 
CHANGE IS UP TO LEGISLATORS 11/25/2015
Who can vote in city elections is up to state law.
 
FLOOD PREVENTION STILL A TOPIC 11/23/2015
Public Works Team continues to research measures to prevent flooding.
 
PAPERWORK UPDATES 11/19/2015
Council tends to ordinance updates.
 
POOL UPGRADES DISCUSSED 11/19/2015
Optimal efficiency for swimming pool discussed by City Council.
 
PENALTIES REVIEWED 11/11/2015
City Attorney cites penalties already in place as enough.
 
WAIDELY VOWES TO FINISH FULL TERM 11/11/2015
Retiring councilman promises three more meetings.
 
PUBLIC RECREATIONAL ACCESS 11/10/2015
No liability connected to recreational access.
 
DAY AFTER VOTE COUNT 11/04/2015
Unofficial results of Tuesday city election.
 
VOTERS SAY NO 11/03/2015
Initiative to criminalize establishing kayak park on city property fails to pass.
 
FISCAL YEAR CLOSE OUT 10/28/2015
Finance Director reports to city team.
 
PLANS FOR 2016 SEASON 10/28/2015
Sacajawea Center Team hears center plans for next season.
 
GOOD FOR ANOTHER YEAR 10/28/2015
Joint P&Z agreement renewed for another year.
 
TEAM REPORTS 10/27/2015
Reports from the city Safety Team and Public Works Team.
 
CONTRACTORS WILL HAVE OPTIONS 10/27/2015
The city will rebid the Island Park Bridge with more than one construction option.
 
CURTAIN CALL 10/26/2015
Old time night at the theater may be on its way to Salmon.
 
HIGHWAY SEGMENT UP FOR ADOPTION 10/14/2015
City and county to do one last roadway clean up.
 
MISDEMEANORS BECOME INFRACTIONS 10/14/2015
Council approves changes to match state codes.
 
ANOTHER OPTION TO CONSIDER 10/12/2015
City Council discusses whether to consider a no-bridge option.
 
MORE ROOM TO LAUNCH 10/12/2015
City Council discusses moving temporary ramp.
 
PROPERTY EVALUATION 09/24/2015
Council will hold off on obtaining property appraisal.
 
SEASON STATISTICS 09/24/2015
Fewer visitors but more revenue at Sacajawea Center.
 
BUDGET ADJUSTMENT 09/23/2015
Finance Team hears budget report and additions.
 
LIMITS DISCUSSED 09/22/2015
Council topics included city limit signs and enforcing curfew limits.
 
WILL NOT BE BULLIED 09/22/2015
Councilman refuses what he calls bully tactics.
 
PUBLIC WORKS RESEARCH 09/22/2015
Public Works Team continues investigation into causes of Kids Creek floods.
 
EXTENSION DRAWS COMMENTS 09/21/2015
Extension in agreement discussed by public and City Council.
 
DO OVER DECISION 09/21/2015
Council scraps bridge design and starts over.
 
PRESENT POLICIES OK-VOLUNTEERS FOR ROSE GARDEN 09/10/2015
Policies deemed ok. Helpers step up for Rose Garden.
 
ROAD SCHOLARS 09/09/2015
Fix up crew is thanked by council.
 
CANDIDATES 09/09/2015
Candidates for November announced.
 
CODE HOUSEKEEPING 09/09/2015
Outdated ordinances rewritten or removed.
 
LOT RECOMMENDATIONS APPROVED 09/07/2015
City Council approves LOT funding awards.
 
PURCHASE DECIDED 09/04/2015
City Council decides not to buy building
 
CITY CHOOSES NEW DEPOSITORY 08/27/2015
Finance Team recommends Summit Bank to council.
 
NEW RESTROOMS UPDATE 08/27/2015
Restroom construction update among Roundtable topics.
 
DEADLINE TO ANNOUNCE FOR OFFICE 08/27/2015
Deadline approaching to file for office.
 
ADDITION PLANNED 08/26/2015
Steele Memorial planning addition.
 
SHOUP BRIDGE UPDATE 08/26/2015
Council hears how bridge will be built.
 
COUNCIL APPROVES RV SITES 08/25/2015
Council approves RV site at Sacajawea Center.
 
AUGUST 12 TEAM REPORTS 08/25/2015
Reports from Sacajawea Center Team and Parks & Recreation Team.
 
NEGOTIATIONS TO BEGIN 08/24/2015
Council votes to initiate talks with Library Board.
 
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS 08/24/2015
Finance Director compiles list of other expenditures to consider when deciding on library purchase.
 
NO DECISION ON APPRAISAL 08/12/2015
A decision regarding obtaining an appraisal on city owned land, tabled.
 
RV PARKING DEBATE 08/12/2015
Council discusses allowing RV parking spaces at Sacajawea Center.
 
PETITION WILL PROCEED TO BALLOT 08/11/2015
City Attorney decides no public hearing is required on Whitewater petition.
 
FISCAL YEAR BUDGET MADE OFFICIAL 08/10/2015
City Council adopts ordinances that set 2015-16 budget.
 
TWO PROJECTS GIVEN APPROVAL 08/10/2015
Council approves agreement with state for sidewalks and final paperwork for Island Park Bridge.
 
KIDS CREEK STILL ISSUE 08/03/2015
Work still needed to prevent flooding.
 
RAISES ANNOUNCED 08/03/2015
Study prompts pay scale raises for some city employees.
 
EARLY PAYOFF 07/23/2015
Early payoff will save city over $27,000.
 
DESIGN REVISIONS APPROVED 07/23/2015
More specific details approved for bridge design.
 
BUDGET DETAILS 07/22/2015
Finance Director details budget before 1st reading vote.
 
ROUNDTABLE TOPICS 07/22/2015
Goldstone marathon, streets, new restaurant... all topics of council Roundtable discussion.
 
COMMITTEE INVITED TO USE CENTER 07/21/2015
Council grants fee waiver to Lewis and Clark Committee.
 
PUBLIC WANTS BUILDING 07/21/2015
Open House survey shows support for city buying Library building.
 
ON THE BALLOT 07/20/2015
City Attorney outlines initiative status.
 
ROSE GARDEN GRANTED STAY 07/20/2015
Rose Garden will remain for at least a year.
 
BUDGET PROCESS 07/07/2015
Council begins budget approval process.
 
REST ROOM PURCHASE AND UPGRADE 07/07/2015
Council approves rest room purchase and upgrade for Town Square facility
 
SAFETY ISSUE 07/06/2015
Council continues to press for reduced speed limit on state highway.
 
FARMERS MARKET PRAISE 06/25/2015
City Council Roundtable includes request for more flood discussion and praise for Farmers Market.
 
COUNCIL HEARS CHANGES & APPLICATION 06/24/2015
Changes to LOT application forms recommended and grant application supported.
 
ROSES AND UPSETS 06/23/2015
Rose Garden terminated and resident upset over meeting minutes.
 
REST ROOMS 06/23/2015
Bids for two restrooms deemed too high due to plumbing and electrical costs.
 
IDEAS PLEASE 06/22/2015
City wants input on how Library Building could be used if purchased.
 
BILL TO BE PAID 06/10/2015
Travel and lodging for out of town attorneys explained.
 
TO BUY OR NOT TO BUY 06/09/2015
Council continues debate on whether or not to buy the library building.
 
ANOTHER LAND OWNER IDENTIFIED 06/09/2015
Council told Idaho Department of Lands owns the land under the river.
 
BRIDGE ONE STEP CLOSER 06/07/2015
Final Island Park Bridge design delivered.
 
PETITION PROCESS UPDATE 06/07/2015
City Attorney updates council on Wave Park petition status.
 
COST TO BE LISTED 05/20/2015
Council hears two windows and a door will cost over $7,000 if National Register listing is kept.
 
STILL DECIDING 05/20/2015
Library Association gives city extension on right-of-first-refusal time limit.
 
REPORTS ON PARKS & SAFETY 05/20/2015
Reports on meetings with the Parks & Recreation and Public Safety teams.
 
UNANSWERED QUESTION 05/20/2015
Definition of terms now up to City Attorney.
 
ON THE ROAD AGAIN 05/20/2015
Roundtable discussion includes account of Lewis and Clark expedition to Boise.
 
ROADS AND PAST HISTORY 05/20/2015
Public Works and Sacajawea Center team reports/
 
A GOOD PLACE 05/20/2015
Bartlett reminds people this is a good place to live.
 
DANCE FOR THE 4TH 05/15/2015
Report on plans for the 4th and Friday night dance.
 
CLOSER TO AGREEMENT 05/13/2015
Golf Course agreement discussed again - revised again.
 
CITY FINANCES 05/13/2015
CPA reports city finances are in good shape.
 
AWARDS ANNOUNCED 05/12/2015
Generous grants awarded for bridge construction.
 
AGREEMENT REVISED 05/12/2015
Golf Course agreement discussed again - revised again.
 
GO AHEAD GIVEN 05/11/2015
Council chooses which abutment to design.
 
SPRING TRAINING 04/23/2015
Docent training underway.
 
CROSSWALKS DISCUSSED 04/23/2015
Team discusses adding and subtracting crosswalks.
 
CHANGES PROPOSED 04/22/2015
Golf Association proposes some changes to current agreement.
 
HONOR THE DAY 04/22/2015
Mayor proclaims Arbor Day.
 
DUMPING FEES DISCUSSED 04/22/2015
Finance Team compares septic service dumping fees to other areas.
 
TRANSPORTATION SERVICE FLOURISHING 04/21/2015
Lemhi Ride triples old service ridership numbers.
 
EFFECTS OF NEW LAW QUESTIONED 04/20/2015
Initiative awaits ruling.
 
HOUSECLEANING FOR GUESTS 04/13/2015
City/county clean up day coincides with Horse Sale weekend.
 
FINANCIALLY SOUND 04/08/2015
Audit shows city to be in good shape.
 
YEAR END STATS ON CRITTER CARE 04/08/2015
210 dogs and 120 cats given shelter last year.
 
PROSECUTOR REPORT 04/08/2015
Withers explains reason for dismissals.
 
ON THE ROAD 04/07/2015
Lemhi Ride is rolling. Multi-purpose proponents asked to put request in writing.
 
ALL ABOUT STYLE 04/06/2015
Council hears a girder style bridge is best for Island Park.
 
MORE TIME NEEDED 03/26/2015
Council extends time frame to entice more bid interest.
 
TURN LANE SAFETY HAZARD 03/26/2015
Roundtable discussion includes hazard created by new turn lane.
 
TEAM HEARS STOP LIGHT REMOVAL PLAN 03/26/2015
Public Works Team discusses stop lights, storm, drain connections and boat launch.
 
FLOOD CONTROL 03/26/2015
Ad hoc committee selected to study flood prevention.
 
TRAIL UPDATE 03/25/2015
Council hears plans for possible pathway north and south of town.
 
DEQ LOAN PAPERWORK 03/25/2015
Bond Attorney explains last steps required for loan.
 
COMMUNITY PROJECT UPDATE 03/23/2015
Council hears update on Multi-purpose Building plan.
 
CREWS COMPLIMENTED 03/10/2015
Voice of experience compliments road work.
 
MOBILITY WORKSHOP 03/08/2015
Council invited to local transportation mobility workshop.
 
COUNCIL APPROVES LOT REQUESTS 03/04/2015
16 out of 25 application requests approved.
 
NEW BUILDING NEEDED 02/25/2015
Move underway to build new school facility.
 
SURPLUS CASH 02/25/2015
City finances show surplus and committee discusses how to use it.
 
UNAUTHORIZED PLACES 02/25/2015
Snow being piled in wrong places.
 
HIND SIGHT 02/23/2015
Meeting determines what could be done in the future.
 
BRIDGE DESIGNER CHOSEN 02/23/2015
Northwest Engineering selected for Island Park Bridge design process.
 
NEED TO GET ACQUAINTED 02/23/2015
Council to host \"Coffee With A Cop\"
 
SURVEY NEEDED 02/11/2015
Public Hearing cancelled until survey can be made.
 
CITY POLICY DEBATE 02/10/2015
Council discusses whether utility payments are negotiable.
 
TOO MUCH-TOO FAST 02/09/2015
Sudden high temperatures send flood waters into the valley.
 
CITY ASKED FOR CODE VARIANCE 01/27/2015
Council debates policy waiver request.
 
COPE APPOINTED TO P&Z 01/27/2015
Council appoints former commissioner to city Planning and Zoning.
 
BRIDGE ENGINEER SELECTED 01/26/2015
City Council decides on engineer for bridge design.
 
FUNDING PARTICIPATION DECIDED 01/11/2015
City Council commits to providing $109,000 for bridge.
 
CHEAPER IN THE LONG RUN 01/10/2015
City votes to upgrade restroom designs.
 
SPEED ZONE 01/08/2015
State denies city request to lower Highway 28 speed limits.
 
POSSIBLE NAME CHANGE 12/24/2014
Possibility of changing misdemeanors to infractions.
 
SEMINAR SCHEDULED 12/24/2014
LOT sponsoring seminar training for new rules.
 
NEW COMMITTEE NAMED 12/23/2014
Unknown law causes need for new Island Park Bridge committee.
 
SENIORS PROVIDE STATS 12/20/2014
Seniors report profit and loss statistics to Finance Team.
 
REWRITE REQUIRED 12/20/2014
Recently filed petition needs rewrite to comply with law.
 
NOTHING DEFINITE 12/10/2014
Council postpones decision on bridge.
 
P&Z APPOINTMENT 12/10/2014
Council approves mayoral appointment.
 
BACK TO P&Z 12/09/2014
Development Code draft will return to Planning and Zoning for further review.
 
SEASON TABULATIONS 11/26/2014
Year end rental numbers at Sacajawea Center.
 
PLANNING FOR SPRING 11/26/2014
Preparing for Spring.
 
MORE EXPENDITURES THAN INCOME 11/25/2014
Seniors tell team about shortfall.
 
BEAR CARE 11/25/2014
Yearly care for park bear offered.
 
AGREEMENT- RESOLUTION & APPOINTMENTS 11/24/2014
Council signs agreement and makes appointments.
 
CITY STAFF TO STUDY BEST PROCEDURE 11/24/2014
Bridge study delegated to city staff.
 
STATE PUSHES FOR CLOSURE 11/07/2014
Council moves up bridgeclosure date.
 
DEVELOPMENT CODE REVISITED 11/05/2014
Council discusses Development Code document future.
 
ACCESS TO ISLAND PARK 10/28/2014
Council votes to leave bridge open until November 17.
 
DISCUSSION ON HIRING FILL-IN 10/24/2014
Council wants to discuss back up needs of city staff.
 
END OF SEASON STATS 10/24/2014
Another active season for the Sacajawea Center.
 
LEMHI RIDE 10/23/2014
LCEDA update on Lemhi Ride status.
 
WRAP UP DETAILS 10/21/2014
Keller Associates plaque for Wastewater Treatment Plant.
 
FINISHING NEW LOT DETAILS 10/21/2014
Local Option Tax Commission works on new application details.
 
ISLAND PARK BRIDGE 10/21/2014
State recommends city close bridge to Island Park.
 
2014 ACCOUNTS REVIEWED 10/20/2014
City Finance Team hears fiscal year end report.
 
REVIEWING AGREEMENT 10/08/2014
City Council orders review of agreement with Senior Citizen Center.
 
COUNCIL APPROVES SUPPORT 10/06/2014
City Council lends city name to causes and decides fee appeal.
 
GOODMAN SELECTED 10/01/2014
County Planning and Zoning Administrator will assume city P&Z duties.
 
OFFICER HONORED 09/24/2014
Police officer commended by Chief.
 
CRIMINAL CASES RECAP 09/24/2014
Prosecuting Attorney reports to City Council.
 
BRIDGE UNDERMINED 09/23/2014
Public Safety Team hears preliminary report on Island Park Bridge.
 
GROUP ORGANIZES TO HELP PARK 09/23/2014
Park closed due to vandalism.
 
ACCOLADES FOR CITY PLANNER 09/23/2014
Council thanks Maiyo for eight years of service.
 
FEES QUESTIONED 09/23/2014
Finance Team takes second look at how fees are assessed.
 
LEGALITY OF TRAPS IN CITY QUESTIONED 09/23/2014
Safety Team directs Police Chief to research legalities of setting traps within city limits.
 
COUNCIL ACTIONS 09/23/2014
Council votes on various items of business.
 
PLANNING & ZONING BUSINESS 09/11/2014
New board member appointed and meeting set to discuss filling city vacancy.
 
URBAN RENEWAL ERA ENDS 09/11/2014
City officially terminates UR revenue boundaries.
 
REAL ESTATE DEBATE 09/11/2014
Council discusses purpose of Ad Hoc committee.
 
DEFINING AD HOC ROLE 09/09/2014
City Council discusses Library Purchase Ad Hoc committees first recommendations.
 
SPRING TRAP INCIDENT 09/08/2014
City Safety Team to look into policy causing delay in investigation of spring trap injury to dog.
 
CITY VOTES NOT TO PAY FOR REBUILD 09/08/2014
City Council decides against footing cost of Wastewater Treatment Plant fix.
 
DEPENDS ON HOW YOU LOOK AT IT 08/26/2014
Council debates codes versus semantics.
 
WASTEWATER FIX TABLED 08/26/2014
Repair at wastewater plant tabled until all parties are consulted.
 
NEW P&Z MEMBER 08/26/2014
Council approves mayoral choice for P&Z Commission.
 
NO EXCEPTIONS, USUALLY 08/26/2014
Council asked to waive fees on city facilities.
 
SEARCH BEGINS FOR UPGRADE FUNDING 08/25/2014
List of needs in city parks prompts research into funding options.
 
JOB WELL DONE 08/25/2014
Center Director complemented for Heritage Days event.
 
ASSISTANCE WANTED 08/22/2014
Gold Course Association tells council it is seeking assistance more than money.
 
TO HIRE OR NOT TO HIRE 08/22/2014
Council debates hiring replacement for Maiyo.
 
PUBLIC WORKS TEAM REPORT 08/20/2014
City denies fee waiver request.
 
COUNCIL HEARS STREET RELATED CONCERNS 08/14/2014
Street name changes and highway speed limits discussed by City Council.
 
BLUEPRINTS DELIVERED 08/14/2014
Council reviews plans and decides procedure.
 
TALKS TO BEGIN ON BUILDING PURCHASE 08/13/2014
City to begin talks on possible purchase of library building.
 
UNDERWATER ASSESSMENT 08/12/2014
Island Park access bridge being checked for needed repair.
 
MAIYO RESIGNS 08/12/2014
City Planner Dan Maiyo tells council of September 30 end date.
 
BUDGET APPROVED 07/24/2014
Council approves fiscal year 2014-15 budget.
 
FISCAL SPONSOR FOR CENTER 07/24/2014
Salmon Arts Council will be Sacajawea Center\'s fiscal sponsor.
 
TREATMENT PLANT PAYMENT 07/23/2014
Team recommends making payment and discussing design problem with engineers.
 
STREET SIGN MYSTERY 07/23/2014
Roundtable discussion includes watching sign taken away and first ultra marathon.
 
RATE STUDY 07/22/2014
Finance Team continues to look for equitable basis.
 
STREET NAMES MISLEADING 07/22/2014
Council hears 911 need to rename some streets.
 
INPUT OPPORTUNITY WANTED 07/21/2014
Council voices concern over no public input on Shopko decision.
 
TEAM THINKS CONTRIBUTION IS ENOUGH 07/21/2014
Team feels city is contributing its share towards Dispatch services.
 
NEW COMMITTEE NEEDED 07/08/2014
Committee to hear issues not covered by personnel manual.
 
FLOORING CAUSES WRINKLES 07/06/2014
Improperly installed flooring in the Salmon Valley Center causes carpeting to wrinkle and wear.
 
DECISIONS TO MAKE 07/05/2014
Council assigns Safety Team the job of writing a draft Dispatch MOU and names ad hoc committee to consider Library purchase.
 
ROUNDTABLE 07/05/2014
New and future crosswalks discussed.
 
MEMORIAL PARK DISCUSSED 06/25/2014
Parks and Recreation Team hears more about Veterans Memorial idea.
 
UPDATING BOUNDARY MAPS 06/24/2014
Code dictates who pays for map updates.
 
PRAISE FOR CITY CREWS 06/24/2014
Council members cite projects around town and compliment public works crews.
 
SMILE... 06/23/2014
Cameras around town are working and more are on order.
 
PROJECTS ARE RUNNING AT SUMMER SPEED 06/23/2014
City crews are complimented on work being accomplished.
 
THIRTEEN YEARS LATER... 06/12/2014
City Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrade is at long last complete.
 
DESIGN PRESENTATION 06/11/2014
Local architect suggests design for park restrooms.
 
LOCAL OPTION TAX AWARDS 06/11/2014
Council approves LOT Commission funding recommendations.
 
LAW ENFORCEMENT DECISION 06/06/2014
City Council says \'no\' to consolidation of law enforcement entities.
 
TRANSPORTATION PLANS IN PROGRESS 06/06/2014
Howell updates council on Lemhi Ride plans.
 
CITY ASKED FOR FUNDS 05/28/2014
Work session held on county request for Dispatch funds.
 
PAST RENT PAID IN GOODS 05/27/2014
Chamber trades kiosk and water wagon for past rent owed.
 
TO DO LIST DISCUSSED 05/27/2014
Parks and Recreation Team lists present and future maintenance projects.
 
OPENING FOR THE SEASON 05/26/2014
Sacajawea Center opens on Memorial Day.
 
DE-ANNEXATION APPROVED 05/26/2014
Right-of-way vacation and de-annexation approved.
 
CONCEPTS FOR REST ROOMS 05/25/2014
Public Works team recommends conceptual drawings be commissioned for park rest rooms.
 
FINANCE TEAM REPORT 05/25/2014
Finance Team will re-visit methods of charging restaurants for sewer and water services.
 
SALMON CITY POLICE ARRESTS 05/19/2014
Police apprehend two wanted men.
 
EDUCATION PROGRESS REPORT 05/15/2014
Lemhi Education Project still moving forward.
 
LOT PROCESS REWORKED 05/14/2014
LOT awards will be bi-annual only.
 
ANNUAL REPORT DELIVERED 05/14/2014
Humane Society reports on its year 2013.
 
RUMOR ANGERS RESIDENTS 05/13/2014
Citizens vent anger toward rumored council action.
 
ATTENDING TO DETAILS 05/13/2014
Council awards bid, accepts grant and ok\'s applications.
 
NEW STREET NAMES 04/25/2014
Council approves all but two additional 911 emergency system street names.
 
BASKETS & VOLUNTEERS 04/24/2014
Main Street flower baskets will bloom this year and electricity will be added to T-ball field.
 
PENCILING IN 04/24/2014
Council resets dates for work sessions.
 
HELP WANTED 04/23/2014
Sacajawea Center seasonal job opening.
 
REVENUES AHEAD OF EXPENDITURES 04/23/2014
Finance Team reports current financial status of the city and gets ready for next year\'s budget process.
 
A TREASURE AMONG THE TRASH 04/23/2014
City/County staffers clean debris from alongside highway.
 
SALMON RIVER DAYS DETAILS 04/22/2014
Committee working though list of details to assure 4th of July Fireworks and a Salmon River Days event.
 
MAKING IT OFFICIAL 04/10/2014
Council makes new parking plan for Water Street official and approves Father\'s Day Parade.
 
LOCAL EVENTS FUNDED 04/09/2014
Ten organizations approved for LOT funding.
 
PYROTECHNICS REQUEST 04/08/2014
City reprimanded for not sponsoring fireworks display.
 
THANKS TO CITY CREWS 03/27/2014
Roundtable Discussion includes thanks for street patching work.
 
INSURANCE STILL A QUESTION 03/27/2014
Insurance still the deciding factor in whether or not there will be a 4th of July Fireworks Display.
 
INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS SCHEDULED 03/26/2014
Center lines up programs for Summer.
 
CONGESTION RECOMMENDATIONS 03/26/2014
Ideas to resolve street congestion offered.
 
DE-ANNEXATION REQUESTED 03/25/2014
City resident wants property removed from city boundaries.
 
MUST BE SPRING 03/25/2014
Gold Course opens for the season.
 
DISPATCH BILLING 03/24/2014
City Council sets workshop date to discuss Dispatch billing mediation.
 
LEFTOVER BILLS 03/24/2014
Council takes action on monies owed by defunct Chamber of Commerce.
 
EVENTS TO RECEIVE FUNDS 03/11/2014
Council approves LOT money for upcoming activities.
 
COMPLIANCE REPORT 03/10/2014
City receives evaluation of agreements related to Block Grant.
 
LOCAL OPTION TAX REQUESTS 03/10/2014
Council approves LOT monies for upcoming events.
 
TO DO LISTS 02/26/2014
Teams report on list of projects for upcoming season.
 
TEAMS DISCUSS VARIETY OF ISSUES 02/26/2014
Parks & Recreation and Public Safety Team reports.
 
TREATMENT PLANT NEARS COMPLETION 02/25/2014
Council discusses change orders for waste water treatment plant upgrades.
 
PROPER SPELLING ADOPTED 02/25/2014
Council decides on street name spelling and teams report development code work sessions to begin.
 
OUT OF SERVICE 02/24/2014
Salmon Valley Chamber of Commerce closes.
 
ALONG FOR THE RIDE 02/24/2014
City of Salmon joins effort towards Lemhi Ride Transportation system.
 
COMMUNICATIONS AND LEGALITIES 02/12/2014
Keeping discussions within legal guidelines is vital for council.
 
LCEDA AND TRANSPORTATION 02/12/2014
Economic Development eyes assuming control of local transportation.
 
CONTESTANTS COMING TO SALMON 02/11/2014
Oratorical contest to be held in Salmon this week.
 
LOT FUNDS APPROVED 02/10/2014
Funds awarded to educate about education.
 
NEW RENTAL RATES 01/22/2014
Council approves new fee schedule for Sacajawea Center rentals.
 
TEAMS REPORT ON MEETINGS 01/22/2014
Public Works and Public Safety teams outlines issues discussed.
 
MORE COMMUNICATION NEEDED 01/21/2014
City staff wants more updates from Public Works Department.
 
ALL THINGS FINANCIAL 01/21/2014
Finance Team brings many topics to City Council.
 
DECISION ON HOW TO PHRASE CARPORT CODE 01/20/2014
Council decides how to address carport portion of proposed code.
 
AGREEMENT APPROVED WITH FURTHER QUESTIONS 01/13/2014
A Humane Society agreement was approved however questions need to be resolved.
 
RETIREES HONORED 01/13/2014
Plaques awarded to retiring council members.
 
MEGA LOAD GIVEN PERMISSION 01/13/2014
Montana has given permission to mega load.
 
AGREEMENTS,FINANCIALS AND COMMENTS 01/11/2014
Council will review power bill and cleaning agreement.
 
ROUNDTABLE TOPICS 01/08/2014
Two Roundtable sessions at first 2014 council meeting.
 
SECOND MEGA LOAD ON ITS WAY 01/06/2014
Permit granted for second mega load.
 
IMPACT AREA OPTIONS 12/24/2013
Council continues its discussion on impact area status.
 
ON THE ROAD 12/24/2013
Update on first and second mega loads.
 
PUBLIC WORKS & PUBLIC SAFETY 12/23/2013
Report on topics covered by council teams.
 
WINTER FITNESS PROGRAM 12/23/2013
Sacajawea Center plans winter fitness program.
 
CONTROVERSIAL HUNT PLANNED 12/23/2013
Councils hears report on Idaho for Wildlife hunt to raise awareness of infectious wolf diseases and big game population decrease.
 
CARPORTS 12/23/2013
Carport discussion will continue in 2014,
 
COUNCIL ACCEPTS LOT APPOINTMENTS 12/23/2013
Vacancies filled on Local Option Tax Commission.
 
ITD MAKES IT OFFICIAL 12/20/2013
Mega load of refinery equipment cleared to travel Idaho highways and cross Salmon Main Street Bridge.
 
ICE JAM REPORT FOR THURSDAY 12/12/2013
Cold temperatures allow jam continued growth.
 
STILL MOVING SOUTH 12/11/2013
Ice jam building up has slowed somewhat but is still adding to its mileage.
 
ISSUES DEFINED 12/10/2013
City Attorney narrows issues to need for procedural process.
 
BRIDGE CONCERNS VOICED 12/10/2013
Councilman urges preparations prior to mega load arrival.
 
DEADWATER ICE JAM REPORT 12/10/2013
Ice jam now nine and a half miles from town and expected to start retreating.
 
WTRRA FUNDED FOR CLINIC 12/10/2013
Whitewater therapeutic given LOT funds for Spring clinic.
 
CITY PERSONNEL COMPLIMENTED 12/10/2013
Police Department and Public Works crews receive council compliments
 
ICE JAM GROWS TWO AND A HALF MILE 12/09/2013
Ice jam over half way to town.
 
ICE CREEPS UP RIVER 12/08/2013
Ice jam grows by two and a half miles
 
ICE PACK HEADS UP RIVER 12/07/2013
Ice moves up river south towards town.
 
PERMISSION TO APPLY 11/28/2013
Council gives approval to making grant applications.
 
FEE REVIEW FOR CENTER 11/27/2013
Sacajawea Center staff is researching similar facility rates.
 
AGREEMENTS AND EASEMENTS 11/27/2013
Some decisions made by City Council at last meeting.
 
DUPLEXES AND PUBLIC PURPOSE 11/26/2013
Council takes on proposed code changes on duplexes and new zoning.
 
LOCATION CHANGE FOR OLD TRADITION 11/25/2013
Residents assured there will be a town tree.
 
PLANNING UPDATE BEGINS 11/25/2013
First multi-jurisdictional planning meeting for transportation is a success.
 
SAFE CROSSINGS 11/23/2013
Safety Team focuses on crosswalks.
 
MORE DOCUMENTATION REQUESTED 11/22/2013
Finance Team asks Humane Society to detail expenses.
 
MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL APPROACH 11/13/2013
All local entities involved in city\'s Transportation Plan.
 
COUNCIL TOPICS 11/12/2013
City Council covers variety of topics.
 
AGREEMENTS REVIEW SCHEDULED 11/12/2013
Special workshop planned to review city agreements with Humane Society.
 
STEADY GROWTH INDICATED 11/12/2013
LOT program grows slowly and steadily.
 
DEVELOPMENT CODE 11/11/2013
City Council continues Development Code discussions.
 
MONEY AWARDED FOR COMMUNITY 11/11/2013
Council awards LOT funds for promotion of community business.
 
TAKE TIME TO HONOR 11/08/2013
Retired Naval Master Chief Petty Officer reminds residents to remember and honor veterans.
 
BAKER REELECTED TO COUNCIL 11/06/2013
Winners in November 5 city elections were incumbent Jim Baker, Russell Chinske and Rob Jackson.
 
FINANCE TEAM HEARS REPORT 10/23/2013
Year end finances being tabulated.
 
TRANSISTION TO NEW DIRECTOR 10/23/2013
New Sacajawea Center Director will start work this month.
 
REACTION TO CODE DISCUSSION 10/22/2013
Residents review council discussion on Development Code.
 
DENTAL CENTER UPDATE 10/22/2013
Public Works Team hears solution to connection issues.
 
CITY DIVES INTO CODE DEBATE 10/21/2013
City Council discusses first four Development Code issues voiced by public.
 
CITY/COUNTY CLEAN UP DAY 10/11/2013
City and County personnel take on highway 93 north trash.
 
FINDING A STARTING PLACE 10/11/2013
Special council work session determines where to begin on review of Development Code.
 
MONEY SAVING CHANGES 10/09/2013
City staff changes result in savings
 
CODE WORK SESSION 10/08/2013
Council to meet October 10th.
 
WEATHER DELAYS 10/08/2013
Weather delays make change order on Pathway project necessary
 
ROADBLOCKS CITED 10/08/2013
Plans to build office building become complicated.
 
PLANNING AHEAD 10/07/2013
Council discusses on going projects and plans for future ones.
 
WATER WAR ON WEEDS 10/07/2013
County Weed Superintendent explains new weed wash facility.
 
50/50 ON POWER BILLS 09/26/2013
City will share Golf Course power bill.
 
RECOMMENDATIONS FROM ONE TEAM TO ANOTHER 09/26/2013
Parks & Recreation Team makes recommendations to Finance Team.
 
RESIDENTS HAVE THEIR SAY 09/24/2013
Council hears comments on proposed Development Code.
 
SPEED LIMIT ISSUES 09/24/2013
City Council to send letter requesting reduction in speed limit.
 
TEAM TOPICS 09/24/2013
Public Works Team reports on its last meeting.
 
HEATING REBATES 09/24/2013
DEQ is offering rebates for replacement of old heating units.
 
RECOMMENDATIONS TO COUNCIL 09/24/2013
Public comments heard during council meeting.
 
NOVEMBER ELECTION 09/11/2013
Candidates running for office.
 
TOPICS DISCUSSED 09/11/2013
City Council informal discussion.
 
EFFORT TO SAVE PROJECT 09/10/2013
City Council hears report on actions taken to save Pathway project...and why that effort is needed.
 
FINAL UR PROJECTS 09/10/2013
Things to do before Urban Renewal ends.
 
ESTIMATES REQUESTED 09/10/2013
Council asks for sidewalk repair estimates.
 
TEAM RECOMMENDS CHANGES 08/29/2013
Safety Team looks at safety changes to City Park parking and considers four way stop request.
 
MAIN STREET UPGRADES 08/28/2013
Council questions total sidewalk replacement
 
RETIREMENT ANNOUNCED 08/27/2013
Center Director will retire at end of year.
 
DISPATCH BILL AND PATHWAY DISCUSSED 08/27/2013
Finance Team forwards topics to full council.
 
PROPERTY LINES & PROGRESS REPORTS 08/27/2013
Public Works Team reviews current projects and property line adjustments.
 
FUND RAISING WALK APPROVED 08/26/2013
High School Senior plans walk for Type I Diabetes.
 
PATHWAY TO CITY PARK ON HOLD 08/26/2013
Improper bidding process halts pathway project.
 
OPINIONS WILL BE HEARD 08/26/2013
City will conduct official public hearing on Development Code.
 
SPRINKLER SYSTEM PROCESS BEGINS 08/15/2013
Council gives go-ahead to begin process of building sprinkler systems at City Park and Sacajawea Center.
 
APPROVAL TO APPLY 08/14/2013
Council votes to apply for grant that could mean new sidewalks and pathway.
 
COMPLIMENTS TO EMERGENCY SERVICES 08/14/2013
Council Roundtable discusses EMS response to hail storm as well as response to other issues.
 
NO DUPLEXES WANTED 08/13/2013
Council hears comments on allowing duplexes in low density residential areas.
 
PARKS AND RECREATION REPORT 07/26/2013
City\'s Parks and Recreation Team discussion on sharing golf course power bills.
 
DECISION DELAYED UNTIL ZONE CHANGE 07/25/2013
Sewer connection request will be considered after zone change is confirmed.
 
MANY ISSUES BEFORE COUNCIL 07/25/2013
Issues discussed by Finance Team and Council Roundtable.
 
BUS SERVICE EXPANDED 07/25/2013
Receipt of After Hours Grant means expanded transportation services.
 
IRRIGATION RULES IN EFFECT 07/25/2013
Residents are being asked to observe watering schedule.
 
LUAU ON THE RIVER 07/24/2013
LOT approves funding for this Saturday\\\'s Search and Rescue fund raiser.
 
PROJECT AND MEETING UPDATES 07/24/2013
Council hears status of on-going projects and meeting conflicts.
 
PROBLEM DOG OWNERS 07/24/2013
Resident presents photos of dogs at large chasing miniature horse.
 
POSSIBLE COMMUTER AIR SERVICE 07/23/2013
City hears of possible air service and supports concept.
 
REACTION TO SECURITY CAMERAS 07/23/2013
Citizens worried about possible use of security cameras.
 
PROPOSED BUDGET ANNOUNCED 07/23/2013
City holds hearing and outlines 2014 budget allocations.
 
SIDEWALK INVENTORY DISCUSSED 06/26/2013
Public Works Team hears sidewalk inventory report.
 
SACAJAWEA CENTER REPORT 06/26/2013
Center activities in full swing.
 
SECURITY CAMERAS IN THE FUTURE 06/26/2013
Public Safety Team recommends camera system.
 
COMPANY COMING 06/25/2013
The Goldenwing Motorcycle Club will be paying a visit to Salmon.
 
INDEPENDENT PARK STUDY 06/25/2013
Local resident reports on tour of wave park facilities.
 
A 4TH WITHOUT FIREWORKS 06/24/2013
Insurance costs and liability potential may cancel fireworks display.
 
SHARING POWER COSTS 06/24/2013
Parks & Recreation Team discusses sharing power costs with Golf Course and power line easement to Sever Field.
 
OVERSIGHT NEED RESOLVED 06/19/2013
Council selects Keller Associates to oversee treatment plant upgrades.
 
CENTURY RIDE FUNDED 06/12/2013
Council approves LOT funding for bicycle ride.
 
RECREATION RELATED AGREEMENTS DISCUSSED 06/12/2013
Parks and Recreation Team reports to council on agreements.
 
CATCHING UP ON ACTIVITIES 06/11/2013
Council uses Roundtable to catch up on active season.
 
CLARIFICATIONS NEEDED ON POLICY 06/10/2013
City grants disconnect repeal and sees need for policy review.
 
WHAT TO DECIDE FIRST 06/10/2013
City discusses what first decision should be as to hiring priority.
 
GETTING CONNECTED 05/23/2013
Council hears latest efforts to imporve local transportation.
 
PREPARING FOR FY 2014 05/23/2013
Finance Team gets ready for 2014 budget process.
 
SACAJAWEA TEAM REPORT 05/21/2013
Center is ready for Summer season.
 
AGREEMENTS-RESOLUTIONS-RETIREMENT 05/20/2013
Council signs agreements and resists Administrator retirement.
 
TEAM MEETING UPDATE 05/20/2013
Public Works Team discusses on-going and upcoming projects.
 
FLOWERS AND SIDEWALKS 05/20/2013
Council Roundtable covers sidewalk inventory and gardening needs.
 
AGREEMENT DEBATE 05/08/2013
Council discusses agreement misunderstandings.
 
VISIT FROM NEW SUPERVISOR 05/06/2013
Council meets new supervisor of the Salmon-Challis National Forest.
 
FUNDING PROCESS EXAMINED 05/06/2013
LOT funding award process revisited.
 
CENTER SEASON UNDERWAY 04/25/2013
Center Team reports on events taking place and scheduled at the facility.
 
COMMUNITY ASKED TO JOIN TRAIL EFFORT 04/25/2013
Getting plans in place is crucial for trail improvement funds.
 
CITY WILL REVISIT PAST ARRANGEMENTS 04/25/2013
Council set to review all previous agreements and contracts.
 
REFUNDING FLOOR 04/24/2013
Additional money will be requested from LOT for swimming pool facility floor.
 
EDGE VIEW STREET ACCEPTED 04/24/2013
City will accept subdivision street as per development agreement.
 
HEARING TO BE HELD 04/23/2013
Council will hold hearing on city code violation.
 
NO HOOK UPS REQUIRED 04/10/2013
Council decides Idaho Adventures will pay monthly fee.
 
EVENTS FUNDED 04/09/2013
Council grants four funding requests.
 
UPDATE ON CITY FINANCES 03/27/2013
Finance Team reports to council.
 
PREPARING FOR SUMMER RECREATION 03/27/2013
City\'s Parks and Recreation team works on details of upcoming season.
 
GETTING AT THE GOLD 03/25/2013
Forest Service asked to prioritize local minerals program
 
SACAJAWEA CENTER REPORT 03/25/2013
Center getting ready for learning module program training session.
 
SEWER & WATER CONNECTION 03/25/2013
City team makes recommendation on long standing utilities hook-up debate.
 
WHITEWATER PARK RFP 03/24/2013
Council approves release of engineering RFP for proposed Whitewater Park.
 
APPROVED REQUESTS 03/12/2013
Council approves LOT funding requests.
 
GOLF SEASON APPROACHES 03/12/2013
Golf Association President presents budget and council decides to review operations lease.
 
SACAJAWEA CENTER SCHEDULE 02/28/2013
Busy season ahead for Sacajawea Center.
 
PARKS AND PUBLIC WORKS REPORTS 02/27/2013
City teams update City Council.
 
1ST QUARTER FINANCES ON TRACK 02/27/2013
Finance Team reports city budget status at end of first fiscal quarter.
 
EDUCATION EFFORTS CONTINUE 02/27/2013
Organization continues to push for higher education access.
 
COUNCIL APPROVALS 02/26/2013
Council approvals final audit and ordinances.
 
DECISIONS ON CITY OWNED LANDS 02/26/2013
Council decides to sell Idaho Avenue property and add addendum to library lease agreement.
 
IMPROVED SNOW REMOVAL EFFORTS 02/14/2013
Better snow removal one of many Roundtable topics.
 
WHO CALLS WHOM 02/14/2013
Mayor outlines communications chain.
 
SOUND FINANCIALLY 02/13/2013
Preliminary audit shows city finances in good shape.
 
COMMISSION PLANS FOR 2013 02/13/2013
LOT Commission hears marketing proposal.
 
AGREEMENT REACHED 02/13/2013
Addendum will be added to library agreement.
 
STEP BY STEP 02/08/2013
Progress is being made on local transportation issues.
 
NOT GONE YET 01/27/2013
The Ice jams on local rivers are changing but are not moving out as yet.
 
SUCCESSFUL YEAR FOR SACAJAWEA CENTER 01/25/2013
Sacajawea Center Team hears annual report on center.
 
ALL THINGS FINANCIAL 01/25/2013
Finance Team deals with long list of topics from capital improvements to lease agreements.
 
TIME TO CODIFY 01/25/2013
Council approves city clerk\'s proposal to codify files.
 
ICE BEGINS RETREAT 01/24/2013
Warm temperatures start ice jam retreat.
 
RIVER CONDITIONS 01/23/2013
Temperatures moderate and ice jams begin to shift.
 
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTED 01/23/2013
Schedule of annual fire hydrant maintenance announced.
 
ROOFING FUNDED BY SURPLUS 01/23/2013
Finance Director explains how surplus revenues are used.
 
COMMUNICATIONS PLANS 01/22/2013
Upsets due to lack of accurate information spur plans for better communications.
 
ZEROING IN ON CRUELTY 01/22/2013
City Public Safety Team focuses on curbing animal abuse.
 
RIVER ICE STILL GROWING 01/21/2013
Jams reported to be within a mile and a half of each other.
 
nws ICE JAM REPORT FOR SUNDAY 01/20/2013
Ice jam continues to grow towards town.
 
ICE JAM REACHES CARMEN 01/17/2013
Downriver ice jam now in Carmen area.
 
NWS ICE JAM REPORT 01/17/2013
Ice jam continues its move south.
 
RIVER WATCH RECOMMENDED 01/16/2013
Ice jams in the Salmon River mean residents should stay alert and make plans.
 
35 YEARS OF SERVICE 01/13/2013
Public Works Superintendent retires after long city career.
 
HOSPITAL OFFER 01/10/2013
City accepts hospital property offer.
 
COUNTER OFFER ADVISED 01/09/2013
Administrator recommends counter offer on bike path contract.
 
LOT REPORT 01/08/2013
Racing Association denied funding request.
 
HELP WANTED 01/06/2013
Humane Society asks that anti-abuse laws be enforced.
 
ELEVATOR TRAINING ADVISED 12/23/2012
Power outage disables elevator and shows the need for training.
 
FIRE HYDRANT QUESTIONS 12/21/2012
House fire brings questions of hydrant maintenance.
 
TEAMS REPORT TO COUNCIL 12/13/2012
Finance and Parks and Recreation teams report on recent meetings.
 
BIKE PATH UPDATE 12/12/2012
Council will review original bike path contract.
 
TEAM REPORT ON INFRASTRUCTURE ISSUES 12/12/2012
Public Works Team reports on intersection and City Park trees.
 
COUNCIL AWARDS BID 12/11/2012
After years of work wastewater system upgrades proceed to bid award.
 
LEASE AMENDMENT FOR LIBRARY 12/11/2012
Council votes to procede with proposed amendment process.
 
FUNDS FOR HOCKEY 11/15/2012
Funds awarded to Hockey Assocaition.
 
NEW TREES AND NEW RULES 11/15/2012
Council votes for tree removal and new procedural rules
 
REPLACEMENT ANNOUNCED 11/15/2012
Shanafelt to replace Verbeck.
 
LOOKING AT LAND OPTIONS 11/14/2012
Requested land sale brings out complications.
 
EXTENSION DECIDED 11/14/2012
Council approves third and final construction extension for \'The Bluffs.\'
 
CENTER 2012 FIGURES LOOK GOOD 10/26/2012
Fiscal year end numbers show center had good year.
 
TEAM REVIEWS VISIBILITY ISSUES 10/26/2012
Safety Team discusses limited visibility traffic issues.
 
SERVICE DISCONNECTS & WATER MAIN ISSUES 10/24/2012
Team discusses infrastructure needs and requests.
 
FISCAL REPORTS & OLD TREES 10/24/2012
Reports from Finance Team and Parks & Recreation Team.
 
REAL ESTATE QUESTIONS 10/23/2012
City asked about property offer procedures.
 
MORE DIRECTIONS NEEDED 10/10/2012
City Council discusses need for additional signage in specific locations.
 
PATHWAYS IN THE FUTURE 10/10/2012
Local mobility team maps out future alternate transportation plans.
 
ROUNDTABLE TOPICS & CITY BUSINESS 10/02/2012
Council covers many topics during Roundtable then handles business details.
 
BOILER ON THE LIST 09/28/2012
Council told to make plans for boiler replacement.
 
CITY BUDGET ON TRACK 09/27/2012
Finance Director reports all department budgets look good.
 
COUNCIL ACCEPTS AGREEMENT 09/26/2012
Council votes four to one to accept Whitewater Association agreement.
 
BUSY SUMMER AT CENTER 09/12/2012
Sacajawea Center Director gives recap of season activities.
 
DEVELOPMENT CODES NEAR COMPLETION 09/12/2012
City Planner Maiyo reports on new Development Code document progress.
 
LOT REVENUES UP 09/11/2012
Monthly revenues from Local Option Tax stay ahead of last year.
 
PHASE I AGREEMENT DISCUSSED 09/10/2012
Council discusses terms of an agreement needed for Whitewater Park to start Phase I.
 
SWIM SEASON ENDING 08/24/2012
Parks and Recreation Team reports end of season activities.
 
POST OFFICE PEDESTRIAN SAFETY 08/24/2012
Safety Team discusses ways to safeguard pedestrians
 
INFRASTRUCTURE UPDATE 08/24/2012
Team hears report on wastewater treatment plant and pressure checks on lines.
 
CITY BUDGET OFFICIALLY ADOPTED 08/22/2012
Council adopts 2012-2013 budget and hears Finance Team report.
 
FUEL REDUCTION PLANS FOR JESSE CREEK 08/22/2012
Councilman Bender urges city participation in city watershed fuel reduction plans.
 
INITIATIVE DENIED 08/21/2012
Tie vote broken by Mayor...petition initiative denied.
 
CONTRACTS APPROVED AND REQUESTS GRANTED 08/09/2012
City Council approves second reading of ordinance and grants citizen requests.
 
REVENUES SURPASS LAST YEAR TO DATE 08/08/2012
Local Option Tax funds ahead of 2011.
 
REPORT ON JESSE CREEK HIKE 08/08/2012
Roundtable topics include report on Jesse Creek Watershed evaluation hike.
 
CITY RULED NOT REMISS 08/07/2012
Petition shows residents against spending tax dollars on Whitewater Kayak Park.
 
FINANCIAL BUSINESS 07/26/2012
Financial Team reports on topics discussed.
 
COUNCIL BUSINESS 07/26/2012
Roundtable topics and other business.
 
FUNDS APPROVED 07/25/2012
Council approves LOT recommendations.
 
2013 BUDGET PRESENTED 07/25/2012
Council holds public hearing on 2013 budget.
 
UPDATING ORDINANCES 06/30/2012
Council takes steps to clarify rules on open containers and disturbing the peace.
 
SPEED LIMIT REQUEST 06/28/2012
Based on general agreement of city officials the state will be asked to lower highway speed limit in area of Sacajawea Center.
 
FUTURE OFFICERS INTRODUCED 06/27/2012
Public Safety Team meets law enforcement trainees.
 
PARK NEEDS HEARD 06/27/2012
Parks and Recreation Team hears list of facility repairs needed and meets new pool manager.
 
COUNCIL AMENDS CODE 06/26/2012
Council votes to include exemptions in ordinance.
 
TEAM TOPICS 06/26/2012
Public Works Team report on topics discussed at last meeting.
 
GUN PLAY EVENT TO BE DECIDED 06/14/2012
City Council is looking at city Firearms Ordinance in terms of a request for wax bullet fast draw event.
 
COMPLIMENTS AND COMMENTS 06/13/2012
City Council Roundtable comments include praise for cemetery landscape and new VA Center.
 
CONTRACT SIGNED-ORDER EXTENDED 06/12/2012
City votes for grant management contract and extends carport removal time frame.
 
DECISON IS - NO DECISION 06/12/2012
Deer survey of opinion shows half in favor half against city herd.
 
HELP WANTED 06/08/2012
Salmon Garden Club seeks long term care for garden.
 
SUPPORT FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS 05/24/2012
Eagles President Waidely donates to Center programs.
 
CITY INVESTMENTS 05/23/2012
Finance Team hears about city investments and other financial matters.
 
TEAM HEARS SUMMER PLANS 05/23/2012
Parks and Recreation Team tells council of upcoming seasonal events.
 
COMMUNITY PRIDE DAY 05/23/2012
Time to visit City Hall and sign up for pick-up day.
 
WASTEWATER & DEER HERD TOPICS 05/22/2012
City Public Works and Publid Safety Team reports.
 
KINDNESSES ACKNOWLEDGED 05/22/2012
Mayor honors acts of caring.
 
REQUEST DENIED 05/17/2012
City Council grants easement to hospital but says no to street closure.
 
OPINONS HEARD ON STREET VACATION 05/08/2012
Public comments on hospital request for street vacation.
 
COUNCIL BUSINESS 05/08/2012
Reports on old business and new projects.
 
FINANCIAL HELP FOR MANDATES 05/07/2012
City receives $500,000 Idaho Community Block grant.
 
LOT FUNDS UP FROM 2011 05/07/2012
Local Option Tax Revenues are more than last year at this time.
 
CITY WORKINGS 04/26/2012
Public Works Team reports on status of city systems.
 
RATE OF RETURN RESEARCH 04/26/2012
City Finance Director Fealko exploring best rate of return for city investments.
 
CENTER PARTNERSHIPS BEING REVIEWED 04/26/2012
Sacajawea Center Team reports on re-evaluations, grants and getting ready for summer season.
 
TEAM REPORT AND ROUNDTABLE TALK 04/25/2012
Parks and Recreation committee covers numerous topics and Roundtable discussion features praise for Horse Sale event.
 
OFFER DECLINED 04/25/2012
City declines request to give Sacajawea Center to tribe.
 
REFINANCING DECISION 04/24/2012
Council votes to refinance 1990 water bond.
 
SPECIAL MEETING ON PROPOSED CITY FEES 04/24/2012
Council meets in special session to discuss recommended changes to fees and set public hearing date.
 
FOCUS ON GETTING FROM HERE TO THERE 04/12/2012
Area transportation status reported to council.
 
REFRESHING OPPORTUNITY 04/12/2012
Council hears LCEDA Operation Facelift plan for Main Street.
 
LOT RECOMMENDATIONS APPROVED 04/11/2012
City Council follows LOT Commission recommendations to fund ten projects.
 
CITY TO HOLD HEARING 04/10/2012
City votes to hold hearing on request to vacate portion of VanDreff Street.
 
SEASONAL AGREEMENTS 03/29/2012
Parks & Recreation Team works on seasonal agreements.
 
SACAJAWEA CENTER PREPARES FOR SUMMER 03/29/2012
Center Team reviews professional services agreements.
 
FILTER TO BE TESTED 03/28/2012
Council accepts Public Works Team recommendation to bring in new filter for water tests.
 
EXPENSES AHEAD 03/28/2012
Finance Team hears of software problems and benefits of paying down a five percent bond.
 
RESOLUTION SENT 03/28/2012
Council passes resolution of opposition to state House Bill 464.
 
EXERCISE CLASS FOR SENIORS 03/27/2012
Council votes to continue sponsorship of class.
 
OPINION POLL PROCEEDS 03/27/2012
Survey to gain deer opinions will be printed and handed to residents.
 
COUNCIL BUSINESS 03/15/2012
Council approves golf course lease and orders legal review of Finance Director agreement.
 
PARK CLEAN UP OFFERED 03/14/2012
Church offers youthful members as Skate Park clean up crew.
 
OFFICIAL POLICY ADOPTED 03/14/2012
Policy put in place for grant process.
 
FINANCE TEAM REPORT 03/14/2012
Committee recommends grant authority policy.
 
RIGHTS AT RISK 03/13/2012
City Council urged to study HO-464 legislation.
 
MANAGEMENT OFFER FOR CENTER 03/13/2012
City Sacajawea Center Committee Team discusses staffing and management offer.
 
GRANT APPROVAL AUTHORITY RESOLUTION 02/22/2012
Council developes authority procedure on grant applications.
 
SIGN REPLACEMENT MANDATE 02/22/2012
Public Works team hears plans for street and traffic sign replacement.
 
FEE SCHEDULES BEING REVIEWED 02/22/2012
Finance Committee looking at rates charged to use city facilities.
 
BLOCK GRANT UPDATE 02/21/2012
Department of Commerce Block Grant Application moving forward.
 
CENTER STAFFING SUGGESTED 02/21/2012
Sacajawea Center Committee Team makes recommendations for facility\'s staff structure.
 
CHANGES TO STREET AND CODE 02/09/2012
Council approves street vacation and starts code change process.
 
NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST 02/08/2012
No conflict of interest issues with Councilman Bockelman retaining a non-voting chairmanship of Local Option Tax Commission.
 
BASEBALL AND HOCKEY AGREEMENTS SIGNED 02/08/2012
Agreements with sports associations signed by city.
 
RECORDS AND RECREATION ARE TOPICS 02/06/2012
Roundtable topics range between Kayak Park and public records.
 
AUDIT PREVIEW 02/06/2012
CPA says city audit looks good.
 
COUNTY AND CITY K-9s ARRIVE 01/30/2012
Two canines enter training to become officers.
 
CITY HERD 01/24/2012
How to assess city deer herd discussed.
 
MAYOR APPOINTS TEAMS 01/24/2012
Committee Assignments for council members announced.
 
REPORT ON TRANSPORTATION 01/20/2012
Council hears update on future TRPTA services.
 
REVERSION CLAUSE RETAINED 01/20/2012
City signs original deed agreement containing reversion clause.
 
STREET VACATION REQUEST 01/17/2012
Request for vaction of small portion of never developed street discussed.
 
UNFINISHED DEED BUSINESS 01/17/2012
City will decide which Quit Claim Deed to process.
 
NEW OFFICIALS TAKE OFFICE 01/12/2012
City honors those who have served the community and welcomes the newly elected.
 
LOT SUMMARY OF 2011 01/12/2012
Report on 2011 Local Option Tax statistics.
 
LOT PREPARES FOR 2012 12/15/2011
Report on end of fiscal year and preparations for 2012.
 
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS 12/14/2011
Finance Committee recommends procedures nd sums up the year.
 
P&Z MAYORAL APPOINTMENTS 12/14/2011
Appointments to P& Board plus follow up on previous carport issue.
 
YEAR END BUSINESS 12/13/2011
City Council brings 2011 business to a close.
 
TWO DIFFERENT SYSTEMS 11/30/2011
Headline error causes confusion.
 
A HALLOWEEN FOR ALL 11/26/2011
Committe reports on success of Sacajawea Center event.
 
GRANT APPLICATION MOVES FORWARD 11/23/2011
Community Block Grant application on its way to the state.
 
AGREEMENTS & APPOINTMENTS 11/23/2011
Water rights agreement signed. New members of Planning and Zoning Commission appointed.
 
RIVER WORK NEEDED 11/22/2011
Corps of Engineers tells city to clear the a river channel.
 
ROAD ACCESS CODE DETOURS PERMIT 11/22/2011
Development agreement to be written between home builder and city.
 
INVESTMENTS & REBATES 11/21/2011
City Council hears details on what city must do to explore additional investment options and take advantage of DEQ rebate program.
 
COMMITTEES REPORT TO COUNCIL 11/21/2011
Council hears recommendations from various city committees.
 
YEAR TWO OF LOCAL OPTION TAX 11/10/2011
Commission chairman presents report as second fiscal year ends.
 
SUMMARY OF PARKS PROJECTS 11/10/2011
Parks and Recreation Committee reports status of projects.
 
PROPERTY PURCHASE APPROVED 11/09/2011
Council approves development extension, property purchase and new member for Planning and Zoning Commission.
 
FISCAL YEAR REVIEWED 11/09/2011
Finance Committee reviews 2010-11 fiscal year budget and makes recommendations.
 
MORE RESEARCH ADVISED 11/08/2011
Two vacation requests lead council to see need for city wide research.
 
FOUR COUNCIL SEATS FILLED BY VOTERS 11/08/2011
Bockelman and Bender join Hill, Baker, Kleusner and Waidely on City Council.
 
MORE THAN EXPECTED 10/27/2011
Sacajawea Center exceeds projected revenue.
 
NEW REST ROOM FOR KIDS CREEK PARK 10/27/2011
Public Works Committee welcomes Fish& Game plans for restroom and hears several requests.
 
LAST STEP IN LOAN PROCESS 10/27/2011
Date set for sewer improvement loan hearing.
 
ECONOMY DELAYING DEVELOPMENT 10/26/2011
Second extension granted on condo project.
 
DEER SURVEY TO BE DONE 10/25/2011
Local Idaho Fish and Game Department offers survey services.
 
NEW VAN WILL REPLACE OLD 10/25/2011
Seniors 20 year old van will finally be replaced.
 
COUNCIL ASSIGNMENTS 10/14/2011
Mayor names council members to committees.
 
GRANT APPLICATION PROCEEDS 10/12/2011
A grant administrator has been chosen as part of grant application process.
 
CLEAN UPS ARRANGED 10/12/2011
Property clean ups and city surplus equipment all scheduled.
 
RESIDENT HERD 10/10/2011
City deer herd once again in spotlight.
 
ENFORCING NUISANCE CODE 09/28/2011
Recap on properties under clean up orders.
 
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN DETAIL TOPICS 09/28/2011
Reports from Public Works, Safety and Finance Commitees.
 
COUNCIL APPROVES CONTRACT AND AMENDMENT 09/28/2011
City Council accepts ordinance amendment and CPA contract.
 
SHARING REPAIRS 09/27/2011
City may share repair obligations on some sidewalks.
 
CENSUS STATS FOR CITY 09/15/2011
Council discusses census results and complaints about dogs in city parks.
 
PENALTIES CHANGED 09/15/2011
Failure to clean up properties now civil offense.
 
ECIPDA TO PROCEED WITH GRANT APPLICATION 09/14/2011
City asks ECIPDA to apply for Cummunity Development Block Grant.
 
LOT REPORTS TWO YEAR STATS 09/13/2011
Local Option Tax statistics and most recent allocations.
 
HATS IN THE RING 09/10/2011
Voters will have large field of candidates from which to select new city leaders.
 
FOUR COUNCIL SEATS UP FOR ELECTION 09/07/2011
Deadline for declaring candidacy for council or office of mayor is this Friday.
 
BUSY SUMMER AT CENTER 08/25/2011
Committee reports on Sacajawea Center summer programs.
 
RULE INFRACTIONS REPORTED 08/25/2011
Parks and Recreation Committee reports city no-camping rules were broken.
 
ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 08/24/2011
City Council initiates action to change penalities in ordinance.
 
CAPS WILL IMPROVE FINANCIAL FLUIDITY 08/23/2011
Council votes to place caps on some city fund accounts to free money for priority projects.
 
NEW BUS STOP FOR CARMEN CHARTER SCHOOL 08/23/2011
Items of City Council business included moves to relocate Carmen Charter School bus stop as well as compliments to city crews and event organizers.
 
SALUTE TO FARMERS MARKETS 08/11/2011
This week set aside in honor of local produce markets.
 
PARKS & RECREATION COMMITTEE 08/10/2011
Committee thinks building Pump Track should be done by private citizens, not city.
 
PURPOSE OF LOCAL OPTION TAX 08/10/2011
Commission president explains role of LOT funding in community.
 
SECOND READING PASSES 08/09/2011
Council approves increase in Humane Society funding.
 
COURTHOUSE DRIVE SPEED LIMIT 07/27/2011
The city Safety Committee recommends retaining present speed limit on Courthouse Drive.
 
CENTER ACTIVITIES 07/27/2011
Center Director reports on flurry of summer activities.
 
SHELTER REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDS 07/26/2011
During public hearing, Animal Shelter requests additional operations funding.
 
COUNCIL APPROVES LOT FUNDING 07/26/2011
Three organizations receive LOT funding approvals.
 
LIVING LAWN ORNAMENTS 07/26/2011
The issue of free roaming deer in city will be addressed...again.
 
MOBILE MEXICAN CUISINE 07/12/2011
Council approves conditional use permit for mobile restaurant.
 
PARKS AND RECREATION REPORT 07/12/2011
Committee hears support for off-leash on Island Park.
 
PUBLIC OFFERS INPUT TO COUNCIL 07/12/2011
A few comments from the public offered City Council.
 
CENTER ACTIVITIES 07/11/2011
Sacajawea Center Committee update council on activities.
 
CITY BUDGET PROPOSED AND AGREEMENT APPROVED 07/11/2011
City Council approves loan agreement and unveils proposed 2012 budget.
 
COUNCIL SETS MEETING SCHEDULE 07/07/2011
List of July meetings announced at council meeting.
 
PUBLIC WORKS AND SAFETY COMMITTEES 06/22/2011
Committees deliver reports to full council.
 
GRANT FOR PATHWAY 06/22/2011
Money to build bicycle/pedestrian pathway granted.
 
VETERAN COUNSELOR THANKED 06/20/2011
McKinney retires after holding City Attorney job for 19 years.
 
COMMENTS HEARD ON JUDICIAL CONFIRMATION 06/20/2011
Council holds public hearings on Judicial Confirmation process and conditional use permit for mobile restaurant.
 
COUNCIL OKs FUNDING REQUESTS 06/09/2011
History Park Mural and Spokes and Chrome funding requests approved by Council.
 
AGREEMENTS NEEDED 06/09/2011
Parks and Rec Committee calling for agreements with associations.
 
LOAN DETAILS FROM DEQ 06/08/2011
Baker reports on Finance Committee topics of discussion.
 
BAKER ADVISES AGAINST CITY INVESTMENT 06/08/2011
Councilman Baker states opposition to city financial involvement with Lemhi Education Project.
 
WARNING FOR DOG OWNERS 06/07/2011
Ignoring rules on Island Park may result in losing dog walking privileges.
 
KEN HILL APPOINTED 06/07/2011
Ken Hill appointed to serve remaining council term.
 
PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITY 05/25/2011
Council sets date for Judicial Confirmation public hearing.
 
DONATIONS, FEES AND BUDGET 05/25/2011
Finance Committee covers variety of topics during monthly meeting.
 
ENCOURAGING TEST RESULTS 05/23/2011
Council hears details on wastewater treatment filter tests.
 
CENTER ACTIVITES 05/11/2011
Sacajawea Committee report shows a busy season for the center.
 
HOW FUNDS ARE SPENT 05/11/2011
Report on how previously awarded LOT funds are being used.
 
COUNCIL HEARS DEPARTMENT UPDATES 05/10/2011
Finance and Parks and Recreation committees report to council.
 
CITY BUSINESS 05/09/2011
Council covers Roundtable topics, Urban Renewal plans and funds sewer system pilot plant.
 
THREE FUNDING REQUESTS APPROVED 05/07/2011
Council approves three of four LOT funding requests.
 
TOPICS DISCUSSED BY COMMITTEE 04/27/2011
New Public Safety Committee has full list of topics to report.
 
EDUCATIONAL PROJECT EXPLAINED TO CITY 04/26/2011
Education Committee asks city for financial support.
 
WAITING FOR SPRING 04/26/2011
City Administrator reports on status of unfinished bridge.
 
LOT FINANCES AND PROJECTS 04/26/2011
Local Option Tax financisl details and project update.
 
PREPARING FOR SUMMER RECREATION 04/13/2011
Parks and Recreation Committee discusses seasonal preparations.
 
COUNCIL SELECTS ATTORNEY 04/11/2011
City Council chooses attorney to lead city through Judicial Process.
 
FORMER FUNDING LEVEL REQUESTED 03/23/2011
Humane Society President presents shelter statistics and asks city to reinstate full amount of funding.
 
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT 03/23/2011
Public Works Committee passses street vacation request to City Planner.
 
THREE TO RECEIVE LOT DOLLARS 03/22/2011
Council approves three LOT Commission recommendations.
 
SAFETY MEETING 03/22/2011
Councilman Fred Waidely reports on first Safety Committee meeting.
 
COUNCIL NAMES NEW REPRESENTATIVES 03/22/2011
Council appoints transportation representative and new P&Z Board member.
 
LIST OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS 03/18/2011
City releases tally of 2010 projects.
 
FUNDING METHOD DECIDED 03/09/2011
Council decides to use Judicial Confirmation to fund wastewater system upgrades.
 
CITY BUSINESS 03/06/2011
Raise granted, committee report and request for P&Z volunteers.
 
COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP LIST 02/24/2011
Mayor names membership of each city committee.
 
FINANCE AND PUBLIC WORK COMMITTEES 02/24/2011
City Council hears reports from Finance and Public Works Committees.
 
RAC FUNDING SOUGHT FOR WATERSHED 02/23/2011
City supports LCEDA funding application to RAC.
 
COUNCIL AWARDS FUNDS 02/22/2011
City Council approves LOT Commission funding recommendations.
 
PERMIT DEBATE DECIDED 02/22/2011
Council votes to uphold P&Z decision to deny Conditional Use permit.
 
UPCOMING EVENTS AT CENTER 02/21/2011
Council hears committee report and schedule of events for Sacajawea Center.
 
BUSY SEASON AHEAD FOR SACAJAWEA CENTER 02/09/2011
Self sufficiency is the goal.
 
AUDIT DOCUMENT COMPLETED 02/08/2011
City audit is completed and finalized.
 
MEETINGS FOR THE MONTH 02/07/2011
A list of scheduled city meetings, times and locations.
 
SAFETY STILL A CONCERN 02/07/2011
Council includes condition of Mains Street Bridge in Roundtable discussion.
 
PLANNING FOR SUMMER 02/07/2011
Parks and Recreation Committee hears what is needed for the Summer season.
 
PERMIT HEARING 01/25/2011
City Council holds public hearing on P&Z recommendation.
 
COUNCILMAN WAIDELY 01/25/2011
Fred Waidely is new City Councilman.
 
LOCAL LINKS PRAISED 01/24/2011
Local golf course one of only two self supporting courses in the state.
 
WATER TREATMENT UPGRADE MANDATES 01/23/2011
Council plans Open House to explain need for loan.
 
AUDIT SHOWS HEALTHY FINANCES 01/23/2011
Draft audit figures show city is in good financial condition.
 
NEW YEAR DECISIONS 01/11/2011
Short council meeting starts New Year business.
 
TITLE AWARDED-ROADWAY REPAIRED 12/28/2010
Barkley becomes official director, state repairs bridge transitions.
 
END OF YEAR STATS FOR LOT 12/22/2010
New projects funded by LOT and end of year figures.
 
PRELIMINARY AUDIT REPORT 12/20/2010
City\'s yearly audit is 60 percent complete and looks good.
 
ANNEXATION APPROVED 12/08/2010
Council accepts annexation and hears Parks and Recreation Committee report.
 
COMPLAINTS ABOUT MAIN STREET BRIDGE 12/08/2010
State funded bridge project status brings complaints.
 
COUNCIL DEBATES REQUESTS 12/07/2010
Council grants road vacation, denies alley vacation and building permit.
 
MARSHALL NAMED MAYOR 12/01/2010
Council President Leo Marshall named as mayor by Salmon City Council.
 
ROUNDTABLE, REQUESTS AND ORDINANCES 11/23/2010
Council grants disconnect requests, passes second ordinance reading and hears report from LCEDA.
 
COMMITTEE TOPICS REVIEWED 11/23/2010
Public Works and Safety Committee recommendations discussed at length.
 
COUNCIL HOLDS HEARINGS ON CLOSURE REQUESTS 11/22/2010
City Council hears official comments on road and alley vacation requests.
 
TURNING TWO INTO ONE 11/22/2010
Council takes first step towards consolidation of two fire departments.
 
CHILD DIES IN FIRE 11/22/2010
A four year old boy dies from smoke inhalation in Imperial Apartment fire.
 
RESIDENTS INVITED TO APPLY 11/18/2010
City Council invites interested city residents to apply for mayoral position.
 
FISCAL YEAR YIELDS MORE THAN EXPECTED 11/10/2010
LOT Commission reports income in first fiscal year exceeded expectations.
 
ORDINANCES, FEE WAIVER AND DEER 11/09/2010
Council takes action on annexation ordinance, a conditional use permit and hears report on what other communities do about resident deer herds.
 
CITY BUSINESS 11/09/2010
City Council welcomes guests, hears requests and reports
 
ELECTION RESULTS 2010 11/02/2010
Mayor loses office by narrow-margin recall vote.
 
FUTURE CONNECTIONS 10/27/2010
Council hears up date on potential transportation connections.
 
CARPORT BRINGS UNIQUE SITUATION 10/27/2010
Fee waiver request sparks code debate.
 
LARGEST OPTION TAX AWARD TO DATE 10/26/2010
Council awards large funding request for Kayak Course project.
 
LAGOON AND SEWER LINE WORK COMPLETED 10/12/2010
City waste treatment lagoons and delivery lines cleaned and repaired.
 
REVIEW OF CITY FUND ACCOUNTS 09/24/2010
Finance Director brings council up to date on fund balances.
 
STATE STATUTES DICTATE VOTE MARGINS 09/22/2010
State code determines number of votes necessary to pass recall.
 
BALANCED BUDGET 09/21/2010
Actual expenditures and revenues for fiscal year 2009-2010 brought into balance.
 
COUNCIL ACTS ON SEVERAL ISSUES 09/20/2010
City Council reviews and decides various business matters.
 
OFFICIAL WORD ON RECALL 09/13/2010
The City of Salmon makes official announcement of recall election.
 
FEE HIKE AT CEMETERY 09/08/2010
Proposal calls for non-city residents to pay higher cemetery fees.
 
SALARIES SET FOR CITY JOBS 09/08/2010
Long time employees given new titles.
 
SALARIES SET FOR CLERK AND CHIEF 09/07/2010
City appoints clerk and police chief and sets salary amounts.
 
MAYOR COMMENTS ON RECALL PETITION 09/07/2010
Mayor Miller reads quote from former Police Chief Jim Spain and asks for an end to the matter.
 
ISLAND PARK DOG PRIVILEGES 09/06/2010
Off leash privileges still exist on Island Park for dogs being walked by supervisory human.
 
JESSE CREEK FIRE 08/29/2010
Rain helps dampen Jesse Creek fire.
 
FIRE NEAR CITY WATER SUPPLY 08/27/2010
Forest Service press release reports status of fire in city watershed.
 
COMMITTEE HEARS FROM CONSTITUENTS 08/24/2010
Public Works Committee discusses several requests and makes recommendations.
 
BUDGET AND BOUNDARY 08/24/2010
Budget passes second reading and ocuncil sets new downtown boundaries.
 
REQUEST TO REINSTATE FUNDING LEVEL 08/23/2010
Humane Society funding from city is cut to half of previous years.
 
COUNCIL ACTS ON SEVERAL ISSUES 08/23/2010
Various votes and pieces of business handled at latest council meeting.
 
PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 08/11/2010
Council hears report from Parks and Recreation Committee.
 
BAKER ADVISES COUNCILMEN 08/10/2010
No public comments on hearings however counciman comments on council manners.
 
LOCAL OPTION TAX REPORT 08/09/2010
Commission Chairman updates City Council on recent LOT business.
 
PLAN MOVES ONE STEP CLOSER 07/27/2010
The updated City Comprehensive Plan passes second reading.
 
FROM LOGOS TO BEETLES 07/26/2010
Council tends to city business.
 
FOND FAREWELL 07/20/2010
Open house honors Sacajawea Center Director for the past six years, Angie Hurley.
 
MAIN STREET CLEAN SWEEP 07/12/2010
City approves purchase of combination street sweeper-vacuum.
 
INTERIM MANAGER NAMED 07/12/2010
Barkley to manage center through September.
 
IRRESPONSIBLE PET OWNERS 07/12/2010
Failure to pick up after one topic of committee discussions.
 
FEES TO BE RAISED 07/10/2010
Raising cemetery fees for county residents one of the topics discussed by council.
 
FUTURE PLAN FOR CITY 07/09/2010
City Comprehensive Plan receives public comment.
 
CITY WILL NOT BE PENALIZED 07/09/2010
Attorney finds no grounds for penalties against city.
 
SPECIAL RATES FOR RV PARKS APPROVED 06/23/2010
Council approves special sewer rate for seasonal RV parks.
 
REQUEST FOR SPECIFICS 06/21/2010
LOT Commission Chairman wants chapter and verse upon which legal opinions are based.
 
TWO OFFICIALS RESIGN 06/21/2010
City Administrator and Center director resign.
 
PERSONNEL ISSUE DECIDED 06/09/2010
City council casts vote on police chief dismissal.
 
TENDING TO WORK 06/07/2010
Council returns to business after public comment period.
 
COMMENTS WILL CONTINUE ON POLICE CHIEF SITUATION 06/07/2010
Spain is still chief and more comments will be heard Wednesday.
 
BUSINESS OF PARKS 06/06/2010
Committee meets to review what is happening in City Parks.
 
COUNCIL RESPONDS TO SUPPORT CAMPAIGN 05/28/2010
Council expresses reactions to citizen letters of support for center.
 
CITY SETS PRICE 05/28/2010
City Council decides asking price for three city owned lots.
 
CITIZENS CITE ATTRIBUTES 05/28/2010
Council hears public\'s opinion of Sac Center.
 
POLICE CHIEF FIRED 05/25/2010
Mayor requested removal of Police Chief Jim Spain and council agreed with the request.
 
PUBLIC STANDS UP FOR SAC CENTER 05/22/2010
Residents show council strong support for Sacajawea Center.
 
DEADLY POISON IDENTIFIED 05/17/2010
Police Department issues official press release concerning identification of poison used in area dog deaths.
 
TREE ATTACK 05/12/2010
Bark Beetles moving to town.
 
REQUESTS AND POSSIBLE NEW PROJECT 05/07/2010
City hears requests and possibility of new bicycle track.
 
LAGOON BUBBLERS APPROVED 05/07/2010
Approval to proceed on procuring bubbler units for city sewer lagoons plus action on other city business.
 
OPTION TAX MONIES AWARDED 05/05/2010
City Council approves LOT Commission recommendations for funding.
 
ALL OUT EFFORT 04/23/2010
All law enforcement agencies, veterinarians and public work to solve canine deaths.
 
SEWER LAGOON DEBATE 04/13/2010
Aeration system idea for lagoons to be pursued by council.
 
KUDOS FOR CREW 04/08/2010
City Public Works Department complimented on management.
 
REPLACING TRAIL TO PARK 03/24/2010
Council supports trail building possibility.
 
REPORTS AND COMMENTS 03/24/2010
Councilmen report on other meetings, make suggestions and relay constituent requests.
 
ALLOCATION OF OPTION TAX 03/09/2010
LOT Commission makes funding allocation recommendations.
 
PLANT ANALYSIS 03/08/2010
Volunteer expertise used in report on waste water treatment plant.
 
SEWER RATES WILL INCREASE 02/09/2010
Council votes to impose sewer base rate increase.
 
COUNCIL HEARS 2009 REPORT 02/09/2010
Roger Grenier presents his State of the County report to City Council.
 
TIME OUT FOR OTHER OPTIONS 01/24/2010
Third reading of sewer rate increase ordinance put on hold.
 
NEW YEAR DETAILS 01/23/2010
City Council reinstates yearly leases.
 
POSSIBLE PATHWAYS PROJECT 11/25/2009
State program for developing local pathways described to council.
 
12 YEAR PROJECT TO OPEN SOON 11/10/2009
Pedestrian Bridge nears completion.
 
OPTION TAX PASSES 11/02/2009
A four percent Option Tax has passed and three incumbent councilmen are returned to office.
 
UR PLAN BRINGS QUESTIONS 04/07/2009
Original purpose and future of UR District discussed.
 
CITY PROPOSES INCREASED WATER RATES 03/06/2009
City of Salmon issues press release explaining need to increase water rates.
 
CITY FISCAL YEAR 2008-09 08/12/2008
City council approves over three million dollar budget.
 
CORPS MEMBER HONORED 05/30/2005
Humane Society makes sure canine exploration member is remembered.
 
ANNIVERSARY SHARED 02/27/2004
Two establishments of great importance to Salmon share same inaugural anniversary.
 
COOPERATIVE LINE IDEA 02/21/2001
City votes to partner with Hockey Association on new sewer line.
 

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