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AIC Highlights Noteworthy City Clips

Monday, July 3, 2017  
Posted by: Gay Dawn Oyler
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Check out noteworthy things done and honors received by cities around Idaho as they

 

The City of Caldwell, in partnership with Destination Caldwell, has been awarded $50,000 from Together Treasure Valley for the creation of Indian Creek Musical Art Park.

 

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality awarded a $3.3 million low-interest drinking water construction loan to the City of Filer. The funding will be used to construct a new treatment facility and for distribution components such as valves, pumps, storage tanks, well houses, piping and telemetry.

 

SmaK Plastics, Inc.—manufacturer of rotationally molded plastic bins and bin liners, pallets, tanks, and hoppers—has opened a facility in Hayden, which will create about 45 new jobs in the area and approximately $10.2 million in wages over the next seven years.

 

The City of Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation Department announced that tickets are now available for the 106th annual War Bonnet Roundup, Idaho’s Oldest Rodeo, which will take place on August 3, 4 and 5.

 

The 2nd annual Meridian Youth Farmers Market season opened on June 24 and runs every Saturday until September 2. It’s a great way to shop local and support area youth, who man the 20 to 30 booths each week during the event.

 

2017 is the 88th year of the Meridian Dairy Days, taking place June 22-25. The days are packed with entertainment for the whole family.

 

The City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission hosted Moscow Artwalk 2017 on June 16. The event featured 66 host locations and more than 125 artists from the beautiful Moscow community.

 

“Cool Rain,” presented by the Pocatello Fire Department began on June 22. This event takes place during the summer and rotates among the city’s parks. During the event, firefighters station an engine in the park and turn the hoses on, giving park-goers a chance to cool off in the simulated rain. Firefighters and officers are also available to talk to children and adults about bullying, smoke alarms, and home escape planning.

 

Pocatello Police Officers are looking to catch local children red-handed doing good things for the community. As part of the department’s participation in the “Play Unplugged” program, officers will be handing out “Caught Ya” badges to kids doing positive, safe, or helpful things in the city.

 

If your city has done something noteworthy or received an honor and you would like it listed in City Clips, send the information to GayDawn by e-mail goyler@idahocities.org or fax 344-8677.


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