Notice of Open Meeting June 13

Notice of Open Meeting

Snake River Canyons Park Board

300 North Lincoln Ave.

Jerome, ID. 83338-2317

The Snake River Canyons Park Committee will meet on Thursday, June 13, 2024, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, Idaho.

Bill Bridges, Chairman

         Agenda

Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, ID.

(Agenda subject to change up to the time of the meeting or for an emergency)

Date:  Thursday June 13, 2024

11:00am          Call meeting to order

Additions to Agenda – action item with Motion and Order to Amend Agenda

Approval of Minutes from May 9, 2024, Board Meeting – action item

Project Reports

                                    .  Member & Guest introductions – Bill Bridges

                                            Treasurers Report –

                                           Tent Camping  

                                            RV park –

                                           5 day limit in RV Park

                                           Webpage for SRCP – Bill  add other parties WEB address

                                    . Broken Bridge –  Bill Bridges

                                        . Yingst Grade Easement – Repairs

                                          Shooting Range – John Weston 

                                           Larry Hall– Shoshone Falls Overlook

                                            Trail on IDL from the Perrine Bridge to Shoshone Falls

                                            Volunteer Service Awards

                                            Volunteer group

                                          Maintenance (budget for 2025)

                                          New Business – additional items if added by agenda amendment.

Guest Sharing – guests are invited to share ideas and information during this time.

Upcoming Calendar Dates –

  • Monthly Meeting, Thursday July 11, 2024, 11am – 1pm, Blue Lakes Country Club

                        Adjournment upon completion of business. 

Executive Sessions may be held pursuant to Idaho Code 74-206(1) as needed during time such sessions are called.Note: Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the committee secretary, 208-293-2426; 48 hours prior to the meeting.                                           

Notice of Open Meeting May 9

Snake River Canyons Park Board

300 North Lincoln Ave.

Jerome, ID. 83338-2317

The Snake River Canyons Park Committee will meet on Thursday, May 9, 2024, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, Idaho.

Bill Bridges, Chairman

         Agenda

Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, ID.

(Agenda subject to change up to the time of the meeting or for an emergency)

Date:  Thursday May 9, 2024

11:00am          Call meeting to order

Additions to Agenda – action item with Motion and Order to Amend Agenda

Approval of Minutes from April 11, 2024, Board Meeting – action item

Project Reports

                                    .  Member & Guest introductions – Bill Bridges

                                            Treasurers Report –

                                           Tent Camping  and RV Park status-Horse Corrals, tent camping, raise money

                                           5 day limit in RV Park – Mark

                                           Raise Money for many projects

                                           Webpage for SRCP – Bill  add other parties WEB address

    Use county IT dept.

                                    . Broken Bridge – Brenda Fittante Weekes & Bill Bridges

                                        Water Flow – 14,000 cfs

                                        . Yingst Grade Easement – Repairs

                                          Shooting Range – John Weston   Archery

                                           Larry Hall– Shoshone Falls Overlook

                                            Trail on IDL from the Perrine Bridge to Shoshone Falls

                                            Volunteer Service Awards

                                            Arbors, picnic tables and toilets

                                          Security- Bill Bridges

                                          Maintenance (budget for 2025)

                                          Open Meeting Rules

                                          New Business – additional items if added by agenda amendment.

Guest Sharing – guests are invited to share ideas and information during this time.

Upcoming Calendar Dates –

  • Monthly Meeting, Thursday June 13, 2024, 11am – 1pm, Blue Lakes Country Club

                        Adjournment upon completion of business. 

Executive Sessions may be held pursuant to Idaho Code 74-206(1) as needed during time such sessions are called.Note: Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the committee secretary, 208-293-2426; 48 hours prior to the meeting.   

Meeting Minutes – April 11, 2024

Snake River Canyons Park Board

Open Meeting Minutes

Thursday, April 11, 2024

Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, Idaho

Attending Board Members: Chairman Bill Bridges, Jeff Pierson, John Weston, Mark Reyes, Brenda Weekes, Sue Williams, Alan Clawson via telephone and Steve Paulson arriving late. Not present: Greg Moore

Guests: Aaron Utz with Idaho Power, Larry Hall with Jerome 20/20, Jerome Commissioner Art Watkins, Stan Crawforth Geotech Engineer with Shannon & Wilson, Matthew McGregor with Jerome County IT department and Rebecca Wildman taking minutes

Bill called the meeting to order at 11:05 a.m. with a quorum present. Self introductions were made and welcomed Stan Crawforth from Shannon & Wilson.

Minutes: Sue motioned to approve the minutes from March 14, 2024, Board Meeting, Jeff seconded, motion carried.

Treasurer’s Report:

Bill reported $11,352.20 with a few bills still open. Bill purchased disc golf flags and poles, toilet paper, etc. The county budget has $56k and anticipate $20k invoice coming for the Shoshone Falls overlook study, however that will be paid from a separate account. Sue has invoices coming to be paid from the RV Park grant and is still expecting a bill from the concrete contractor.

Shoshone Falls overlook: Larry introduced Stan Crawforth and noted others from Civil Science had an emergency and couldn’t attend. Report recommends situating the foundation farther back to be outside rock topple areas. Cantilever structure with pedestrians on top. Project could have two stages of development. Payment structure can be designed for the paved road, and it could be a private road to fund its cost. Restroom and gift shop configuration assumes one roof. Report did not consider sewage in assessment, as that will be up to Civil Science, and also did not consider water well structures, noting there could be some sub-surface water.

For the cantilever, rock anchor tiedowns would come off the back side with 2 strips of footings with anchors on back and front side of overlook. Most structures like this have a 75-year life span. Structural designer would use this data to design. Stan shared he was part of the Perrine overlook structure design work team several years back and their plans were modified to have a less dramatic cantilever due to budget constraints.

Site selected gives fullest view of falls. Alternate location was higher but interfered with power plant and edge of rim. Study completed two bores to characterize rock, looked at setback of rim because of rock topple potential. They were cognizant of Idaho Power’s concerns and blasting for the road. The current proposed access road is far enough away (like 1200 feet) and Stan explained peak particle velocities and seismograph testing with the lowest risk possible for the power plant. Of the four routes considered, this proposed one is without archeological issues.

Shannon & Wilson submitted its draft report and is anticipating comments from Civil Sciences and Idaho Power. Larry noted this report was funded by Idaho Power and Jerome County. Next will be an estimate of what the costs would be. Idaho Power has committed an initial $250k but would need to coincide with when project is done. Aaron thinks funds are earmarked for 2025 but recommends changing it to 2026. Others agreed 2026 is more realistic. Larry mentioned a possible grant from Idaho Parks and Rec ($500k) but projects this project might be in the $2M range including building, water, sewage, etc. Noted old cost estimates were $1.5M. Discussion on site visualization with mention on landscaping and natural rust-coloring on the structure.

Discussion if SRCP takes the lead or Jerome 2020, with agreement that it is now for SRCP. Stan recommended to move forward on the project to create momentum and consider phases of the project and get a bid for the access road and parking. Bill stated that IDL has granted an easement and BLM has approved it. Brenda suggested SRCP keep the overlook as second priority with the BLM noting they will ask for plans. Next step is for Civil Science to get the Board a drawing and price. Stan said costs could be reduced by using pit toilets and no well and starting with a concept layout for Civil Science. Larry clarified that what has been budgeted to date should cover Shannon & Wilson’s work and that from Civil Science.

Stephen Anderson from Civil Science joined by telephone and asked about timing for request of design work for road, profiles, alignments, and location of overlook. Noted their current contract is to assist with geotechnical investigation, and it does not include scope of design. Bill requested their design work contract to present to the Jerome Commissioners.

Discussion and agreement to move forward on the project in a phased approach and push it to 2026. The Board will work to get permits and other things in place. Stan recommend getting an estimate and schedule of activities including permitting, fundraising, bid proposal, construction. Agreed to keep the overlook and trail projects separate as they may have different grant opportunities and restrictions. Noted years ago a 2 mile paved trail had an estimate cost of $840k; this trail project could have 4.1 miles. Gerald Martens has been asked to estimate the cost for 4.1 miles of gravel 10’ wide.

Camping/RV Park: Second vault toilet is installed and the walkway in with Hemmingway construction is complete. Nicks excavation completed the concrete pad and gravel parking area A handicap sign will be installed. Everything passed with inspection.

Corrals will be installed by the Back Country Horsemen on Friday April 19th with a personnel gate added in the fencing to get horses in/out without having to cross the cattle guard. The Number 4 boulder is still overturned and Sue will ask the Horsemen to fix it with their skip loader.

Reported seven campers last night and five this morning.

Shared the County’s newest set of ordinances with Jerome Prosecutor’s suggested changes, notably Part 3, Section 3.1 B. Discussed limits on camping and adopting the same wording as the BLM for moving more than 25 miles away for more than 28 days. Agreed the 5-day limit here is optimal for benefits and discouragement of long-stays.

Website: Mark introduced Matt McGregor with Jerome’s IT department and that he and Matt will both be trained to add website posts. Matt said there are challenges with updating pages on the website due to how it was built. Suggested Jerome IT take lead entirely on the functions and domain of the website. Discussed notifications of open meetings and be aware in adding them to the site and posts.

Broken Bridge: River running 6,000cfs now and anticipated increases. Brenda asked about a sign on each side to warn hikers of dangerous conditions. Agreed to place two permanent signs above graffiti tag height saying:

DANGER

HIGH WATER POSSIBLE

CROSS AT OWN RISK

Bridge rails can only fold inward and Bill will go pull the pins to lay them down. He will have signs made and installed as soon as possible. Brenda shared positive sentiments from hikers and is in favor of name: Auger Falls Unity Bridge. She will inquire with the BLM if the park can install primitive benches and a picnic table ahead of BLM’s permit finalization.

The Mermaid Hole culvert has caused and may cause more damage once canal water is released. Dr. Jim Irwin offered to help with bridging and other improvements. Discussed solutions with inquiries to be made with BLM and county.

Shooting Range: John spoke with Commissioner Charlie Howell and will ask to push the Jerome county location ahead of the others three locations BLM was considering. John indicated he has resources to build shooting benches and carpet to protect weapons. Suggesting a design with shorter ranges: twelve 100 yard benches, six 200 yard benches and the possibility of 300 yards on the side. Jerome will get a grader and work with the county on getting crushed gravel and a firing line. John is working with Union Pacific to get switching plates to use as footings for target stands. The grant to do the feasibility study will be started by Fish & Game. John thinks it will be at least a year before BLM would start assessing the other locations and John recalls Codie at BLM indicating this area would not need a permit.

Trail Bridge to Overlook: Brenda shared her discussion with Randal at IDL on land for a trail from the bridge to the overlook including a 25-year recreation lease and SRCP bidding on the grazing right when it comes up next year.

Cattleguard filled with snow recently and cattle came onto Highway 93. Discussion who is responsible; Brenda will inquire with BLM.

Volunteer Service Awards, Off-Roaders: Brenda will set up with Gerald to give him his. Ask Greg Moore about the Off-Roaders with consideration to present on May 18th at their annual clean-up.

Five Year Plan: Brenda presented this priority list to go to County Commissioners and will write a letter for Commissioners to send the BLM in supporting priority.

  1. Yingst Grade Trail
  2. Shoshone Falls Overlook
  3. Rock Crawling Area Course
  4. Equestrian Campground on 700 E
  5. Zuck Arbor Expansion
  6. Future Primitive Campgrounds
  7. Equestrian ¼ Mile New Trail
  8. Dog Park
  9. Springtown Wildlife Trail

Notice of Open Meeting April 11

Snake River Canyons Park Board

300 North Lincoln Ave.

Jerome, ID. 83338-2317

The Snake River Canyons Park Committee will meet on Thursday, April 11, 2024, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, Idaho.

Bill Bridges, Chairman

         Agenda

Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, ID.

(Agenda subject to change up to the time of the meeting or for an emergency)

Date:  Thursday April 11, 2024

11:00am          Call meeting to order

Additions to Agenda – action item with Motion and Order to Amend Agenda

Approval of Minutes from March 14, 2024, Board Meeting – action item

Project Reports

                                    .  Member & Guest introductions – Bill Bridges

                                            Treasurers Report –

                                           Tent Camping  and RV Park status-Horse Corrals, tent camping, raise money

                                           5 day limit in RV Park

                                           Raise Money for many projects

                                           Webpage for SRCP – Bill  add other parties WEB address

    Use county IT dept.

                                    . Broken Bridge – Brenda Fittante Weekes & Bill Bridges

                                        Water Flow – 14,000 cfs

                                        . Yingst Grade Easement

                                          Dr. Jim Irwin proposal

                                          Shooting Range – John Weston   Archery

                                           Larry Hall– Shoshone Falls Overlook

                                            Trail on IDL from the Perrine Bridge to Shoshone Falls

                                            Volunteer Service Awards

                                           Work on Five Year Plan

                                            Arbors, picnic tables and toilets

                                            Places Bill is speaking

                                          Security- Bill Bridges

                                          Maintenance

                                          Newspaper Articles

                                          Open Meeting Rules

                                          New Business – additional items if added by agenda amendment.

Guest Sharing – guests are invited to share ideas and information during this time.

Upcoming Calendar Dates –

  • Monthly Meeting, Thursday May 9, 2024, 11am – 1pm, Blue Lakes Country Club

                        Adjournment upon completion of business. 

Executive Sessions may be held pursuant to Idaho Code 74-206(1) as needed during time such sessions are called.

Note: Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the committee secretary, 208-293-2426; 48 hours prior to the meeting.                                                                             

Meeting Minutes – March 14, 2024

Snake River Canyons Park Board

Open Meeting Minutes

Thursday, March 14, 2024

Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, Idaho

Attending Board Members: Chairman Bill Bridges, Jeff Pierson, Steve Paulson, John Weston, Mark Reyes, Brenda Weekes, Greg Moore and Sue Williams arriving late. Not present: Alan Clawson

Guests: Mike Tilka as Advisor, Aaron Utz with Idaho Power, Randal Brunmeier with Idaho Department of Lands, Larry Hall with Jerome 20/20, Becky Dean with Jerome County, Codie Marten with BLM, and Rebecca Wildman taking minutes.

Bill called the meeting to order at 11:00 a.m. with a quorum present.

Minutes: Steve motioned to approve the Minutes from February 8, 2024, Board Meeting, Greg seconded, motion carried.

Treasurer’s Report: $11,352.20 less $674 recent reimbursement. Civil Science has billed $24,755 so far but anticipate $100k-$200k when done. Broken Bridge project has spent $130k out of the $158k quatoed. RV Park figures to be explained later. IT has budgeted $5k with $200 spent so far. This fiscal year budget has spent $3,290 of $60k ending September 30, 2024.

Camping and Horse Corrals: Second vault toilet is installed with the concrete portion delayed due to supply delays. Leveled ground and parking lot looks great. The corrals are to be built by the Outdoor Horsemen group April 19-20. Fundraising for tent camping project. Many signs will need to be re-set when ground is less soft.

RV Camping has a five-day max. Recent use has been five to six campers with one moving site to site. BLM has a 14-day max rule then campers must move more than 25 miles away. IDL has a 10-day rule with Fish & Game enforcing. Greg suggested follow-up to confirm the camping ordinance has been properly adopted by the County and Becky agreed to look into it.

Website: Jerome IT has not worked on the website yet; Bill will check in with Commissioners next week.

Broken Bridge: Brenda has been querying trail hikers/bikers about what they would and would not like to see. Most responses were against a road-like trail, especially among mountain bikers as they like obstacle challenges. Suggestions to incorporate benches, lookouts, and a bridge across the culvert by Mermaid Hole, the area shares a boundary with Jerome HOA. Recommends moving the dog bag dispenser to the entrance gate with signage requesting owners to clean up after dogs.

Brenda reported seeing someone dump a brown liquid into the river and Randal believes it was for mosquito abatement. Discussion about gate lock on Twin Falls side to keep unapproved people out. Brenda suggested considering more trail improvement, widening and addressing drainage issues, and placing benches, etc.

Heard concerns it will be a high run-off year and the park needs the option to lay the bridge rails down for high water times. Brenda noted two rock fall areas that can impact trail safety and suggested trail widening there. Discussed First Responder access aside from helicopter, BLCC through fish farms, and South side access.

CSI Professor Mark Wasden offered to help gather suggestions from user groups, possibly with a QR code activated survey at the Twin Falls side, trail entrance and even at the RV Park. John suggested shoring up the road/trail to guard against future 25 to 100-year floods. Engineers suggested a third culvert.

Discussed pros and cons of graffiti removal on the bridge and restrictions due to river proximity. Bridge still needs a name and suggestions include: Auger Falls Bridge, Yingst Bridge, Larry Hall Bridge, John Crozier, Jeff French Connection, Doris Peterson Barnes Unity Bridge  noting Doris kept the area from becoming privately owned. Encouraged decision by next month.

Shooting Range: John assessed the Park for possible placement of a range, noting it requires a minimum 1.5 miles of fallout, and concluded there is not enough space South of the Interstate. The consensus is it would need to be placed outside the park and North of the Interstate. Discussion about proceeding to use the grant funding from Fish & Game to assess that area. Bill recommended moving forward with the study for the area North of the Interstate and John will pursue with Jerome Commissioners. Codie shared BLM’s shared interest in building a range in North of the Interstate as it has favorable natural features noting BLM’s current limited capacity and need for collaborative support and neighbor outreach.

Idaho Power Substation Relocation: Call in from Ed Koysdar with Idaho Power who informed the Cliff substation in the canyon is susceptible to rock fall and has reached its end of life. Idaho Power will re-locate the substation on the bench and re-route transmission lines. Discussed specifics with proximity to planned Shoshone Falls Overlook noting the new substation will consist of fewer power lines and will likely improve the view areas for the Overlook. Aaron Utz noted his involvement in the project and Ed requested the coordinates for the Overlook once they are determined.

Shoshone Falls Overlook: Larry said Civil Science is done with drone and drilling work and should have a final report within the next few weeks. Access and parking should not be impacted but the actual overlook may need to be precisely located on existing outcrops, which would require less steel, and will utilize the natural topography. Larry will arrange a site visit for those interested.

Trail from Bridge to Overlook: Jerome Commissioners sent a letter to IDL requesting consideration of an easement or lease for a trail from the Perrine Bridge to the proposed Shoshone Falls Overlook site. SRCP to meet at IDL Jerome office on March 21, 2024 at 10am.

Magic Valley Land Trust: Bill, Brenda and Sue met with MVLT and found they are primarily interested in farmland but seemed open and supportive of a trail. Suggested keeping the door open with them. Trevor George with MVLT has familiarity with trail processes and shared his willingness to assist.

Volunteer Service Awards, Off-Roaders: Greg Moore working to find who to present the award to.

Five Year Plan: Results for priory rank for the BLM:

  1. Yingst Grade Trail
  2. Shoshone Falls Overlook
  3. Rock Crawling Area Course
  4. Equestrian Campground on 700 E
  5. Zuck Arbor Expansion
  6. Future Primitive Campgrounds
  7. Equestrian ¼ Mile New Trail
  8. Dog Park
  9. Pickle Ball Courts
  10. East Park Trailhead/Vineyard Lake
  11. Springtown Wildlife Trail
  12. CSI Parcel Development (not on BLM land)

*Shaded items did not receive a majority of board votes and need to be prioritized.

SRCP Board to review this list and recommend to Jerome Commissioners the priority. Questions about Springtown Wildlife Trail and primitive campgrounds. Agreed to move Springtown Wildlife Trail up in priority as it is already established and helps with the parameter of the park’s East side. Brenda made a motion to reprioritize as shown below, Mark seconded, motion carried.

  1. Yingst Grade Trail
  2. Shoshone Falls Overlook
  3. Rock Crawling Area Course
  4. Equestrian Campground on 700 E
  5. Zuck Arbor Expansion
  6. Future Primitive Campgrounds
  7. Equestrian ¼ Mile New Trail
  8. Dog Park
  9. Springtown Wildlife Trail

Brenda added if a project is not getting the needed support from that user group then the next priority in line will move up. Greg expressed discouragement in difficulties with the Zuck Arbor and being located so far away. Twin Falls Commissioner Brent Reinke informed Bill they are working to connect trails from Dierkes to the Hansen Bridge. Rebecca added that she heard Twin Falls City’s Shoshone Falls road improvement project may close access to Shoshone Falls for the Summer of 2025.

Arbors, picnic tables and toilets: SRCP has two arbors and four picnic tables available to be placed in the park. Suggested locations are the bottom of Yingst Grade, the new equestrian campground, Don Zuck Arbor for a picnic table and the top of Yingst Grade for a table. Bill needs someone with a truck/trailer to help move them from the airport to Bill’s to refinish the wood. Greg suggested creating pad placement and anchor system for tables. Discussion about vault toilets cleaning and portable toilets with recommendation to continue with Western Waste and to move unit back to Disc Golf area by April 1st.

Media/PR: Bill was interviewed by Bill Coley on the radio and with KMVT on the Broken Bridge.

Security: Jerome Sheriff reported no recent issues at Yingst Grade and reminded to call if there are issues. Golf Course Road has a lot of litter on the sides and Jerome Sheriff said they’d start work detail cleanups soon. Randal met with Mr. Bunns about trespass on the Allen estate property adjacent to IDL property.

Vineyard Lake Access: Dave Elders is the owner of property that skirts BLM/park access. The BLM has approached him about creating an easement and he doesn’t want to encumber his property. Park Board has concerns about possible future issues including property damage or persons injured, and discussed possible solutions including bypassing private property with a north entrance, establishing parking, trailhead, and/or signage. No action is currently planned.

Speaking Engagements: Bill will speak to two Rotaries next week and will investigate Lions Club and Veterans groups. He will speak to SILT after their Falls to Falls run the end of April. He is deferring action on Summer Speakers inviting others to take it on if interested.

Maintenance: Anticipated to be part of next year’s budget and Bill recommends including a vault toilet cleaning.

Newspaper Articles: Still waiting to hear from Quagga Mussel person. May research the Doris Barnes Unity theme. Brenda will ask Jim Irwin to write something up.

Open Meeting Rules: Jeff requested to delay until the website is running.

Weed Abatement: Steve asked if the BLM could tackle it this year or if they can contract with an outside company, suggesting abatement in high use areas to help avoid transferring weeds out. Mike added that a sign at the end of Lexi Roth’s street  (600S) needs to be reset. No shooting sign by Devil’s Corral road needs reset.

Next meeting scheduled for April 11th and again at the BLCC.

Meeting Adjourned at 1:26 p.m.

Executive Sessions may be held pursuant to Idaho Code 74-206(1) as needed during time such sessions are called.

Note: Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the committee secretary, 208-293-2426; 48 hours prior to the meeting.                                                                             

Notice of Open Meeting March 14

Snake River Canyons Park Board

300 North Lincoln Ave.

Jerome, ID. 83338-2317

The Snake River Canyons Park Committee will meet on Thursday, March 14, 2024, from 11:00am to 1:00pm at Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, Idaho.

Bill Bridges, Chairman

         Agenda

Blue Lakes Country Club, Jerome, ID.

(Agenda subject to change up to the time of the meeting or for an emergency)

Date:  Thursday March 14, 2024

11:00am          Call meeting to order

Additions to Agenda – action item with Motion and Order to Amend Agenda

Approval of Minutes from Feb 8, 2024, Board Meeting – action item

Project Reports

                                    .  Member & Guest introductions – Bill Bridges

                                            Treasurers Report –

                                           Tent Camping status-Horse Corrals, tent camping, raise money

                                           Raise Money for many projects

                                           Webpage for SRCP – Bill  add other parties WEB address

    Use county IT dept.

                                    . Broken Bridge – Brenda Fittante Weekes & Bill Bridges

                                        . Yingst Grade Easement

                                          Shooting Range – John Weston

                                           Larry Hall– Shoshone Falls Overlook

                                            Trail on IDL from the Perrine Bridge to Shoshone Falls

                                            Volunteer Service Awards

                                           Work on Five Year Plan

                                            Aubors, picnic tables and toilets

                                            Places Bill is speaking – Land Trust, Rotary.

                                           Speakers for Summer

                                          Security- Bill Bridges

                                          Maintenance

                                          Newspaper Articles

                                          Open Meeting Rules – Jeff

                                          New Business – additional items if added by agenda amendment.

Guest Sharing – guests are invited to share ideas and information during this time.

Upcoming Calendar Dates –

  • Monthly Meeting, Thursday March 14, 2024, 11am – 1pm, 19th Hole

                        Adjournment upon completion of business. 

Executive Sessions may be held pursuant to Idaho Code 74-206(1) as needed during time such sessions are called.

Note: Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the committee secretary, 208-293-2426; 48 hours prior to the meeting.