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Economic & Community Development Projects Recognized with City Achievement Awards

Posted By Justin Ruen, Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Three cities were recognized at the AIC Annual Conference with City Achievement Awards in the Economic & Community Development category.  Congratulations to the winners!

City of Pocatello – Glass Recycling: Partnering with Momentum Recycling, the city has launched a glass recycling project with drop-off locations around the city.  This project has diverted 152 tons of glass from the landfill saving $4,500 in landfill fees and preserving valuable landfill space.

City of Meridian – Land Use and Development Application Mapping: Meridian has developed three online maps to make zoning, land use and development related application information more accessible to the public.  The Hearing Application Map allows people to easily find applications, staff reports, comments and other project-related information for any project in the city.

City of Boise – James Castle House: The City of Boise purchased the home of internationally-known, self-taught American artist James Castle and turned it into a venue to share Castle’s story with a broader audience and provide a neighborhood gathering place.

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