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JUNE 10, 2010
Orofino City Council
Officer William Pollick to serve in armed forces
June 8 meeting
Pollick has submitted his resignation from the OPD force, effective
July 19. Chief Wilson expressed his appreciation and loss to the
force, as Pollick will be leaving to serve in the Guard for one
year. After that he will reenlist in the Army.
There has been an emphasis on parking issues. With the onset of fishing and tourist season more campers and boats have been parking illegally on streets.
Traffic has been
monitored recently, on upper
expressed his thanks to
Four petitions were made to the council: Chris Merry petitioned for lenience in the city park closing hours in support of a Whiffle Ball Tournament to be held June 26. He stated that it may take a little longer to have everyone exit from the park. The request was granted to extend closing time until
A request from Pastor Stewart Mackey was approved for a Patriotic Concert to be held in the city park July 3 at
A request was made by the city for the Idaho
Transportation Department to study the pedestrian crossing of SH-7
Council received four letters of concern regarding daycare limits. Due to misinformation and an attempt to clarify the situation for concerned citizens, a letter will be drafted to address those concerns. Concerned parties will be notified and invited to the upcoming meeting concerning daycare issues.
A first reading of Ord. No. 766 took place. The ordinance relates to calling a special election for water/sewer revenue bonds not to exceed $8,500,000.
The council made a motion to suspend the rule requiring three separate readings of an ordinance, and passed it after this first reading.
concerning retaining the law firm of Moore, Smith, Buxton, and
Rick Laam reported the city administrative staff is very busy with the upcoming water project, transportation plan, and airport plan, in addition to their regular duties.
The Council meets
every second and fourth Tuesday, at
at the City Council chambers,