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ANIMAL SHELTER ADVISORY BOARD UPDATE
Representatives from the Animal Shelter Advisory Board will discuss the Board’s goals and projects, as well as Council’s policies and expectations. (ACTION ITEM)
CHILD CARE ADVISORY COMMITTEE UPDATE
Representatives from the Child Care Advisory Committee will discuss the Committee’s goals and projects, as well as Council’s policies and expectations. (ACTION ITEM)
POCATELLO DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY UPDATE
Representatives from Pocatello Development Authority (PDA) will discuss the PDA’s goals and projects, as well as Council’s policies and expectations. (ACTION ITEM)
POLICE UNION QUARTERLY UPDATE
Members of the Pocatello Police Union will give the Council an update of their activities for the past quarter.
REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF EASTERN IDAHO (REDI) UPDATE
Teresa McKnight, Chief Executive Officer for REDI, will be present to give Council an update of REDI’s activities and achievements.
NUISANCE CODE MODIFICATIONS – POLICE DEPARTMENT
Police Department staff will present proposed revisions to Municipal Code 8.14.130 – Abatement of Nuisances. (ACTION ITEM)
ELECTRIC SCOOTER SHARING SYSTEM – BIRD RIDES, INC.
Michael Covato (406 Broadway, Suite 369, Santa Monica, CA 90401) representing Bird Rides, Inc., will be in attendance to present to Council an overview of a proposed stand-up scooter launch in specific areas of the city. (ACTION ITEM)
PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM – PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Parks and Recreation Department staff will provide the Council a presentation regarding the Parks and Recreation Department’s Partnership Opportunities Program and brochure and is seeking Council input and direction.
Council may wish to consider granting staff permission to distribute the Partnership Opportunities brochure to the community and begin actively seeking additional potential partnerships to accomplish significant parks system improvements for community use and enjoyment. (ACTION ITEM)
EAST BENCH RECREATION MANAGEMENT ZONE AND PIONEER RIDGE TRAIL SYSTEM ACCESS – PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Parks and Recreation Department staff will provide City Council with a presentation regarding the BLM’s East Bench Recreation Management Zone plan and Pioneer Ridge Trail System. Staff is seeking Council input and direction regarding the potential future development and maintenance of trailhead and parking locations through and on City property located at the old Alameda Landfill to provide access to landlocked BLM property and trails.
Council may wish to consider directing staff to prepare an agreement between the City and BLM, allowing access through the property and development of trailhead and parking area at the Alameda Landfill site for future Council consideration. (ACTION ITEM)