City Government

Mayor Hotline September 18 to 24

Tim Herring
Boise, ID 83709
ISSUE: There is a business (Kukundo Marshall Arts Academy) operating out of a single-family dwelling in the Rivendel Subdivision. This neighborhood is zoned as a single-family neighborhood and it is creating problems in the adjacent subdivision.

Sandy Averill
ISSUE: Who pays for the police escorts for the Boise State Broncos to go from the school to the airport? Do any of the other Bronco teams receive that kind of treatment?

Dick Ennis
ISSUE: He went to see the train come to the Depot and the people from ECI Corporation had a small sign there saying it was private property and they were threatening to tow cars. Boise is supposed to be a friendly city.
Parks & Rec
EDITOR NOTE–Part of the problem was the Depot closed prior to arrival of the train.

Dave Heavener
N. Fieldcrest Pl.
Boise, ID 83704
ISSUE: Bus route changes are now reflected on the new website but are not reflected on the current schedules available to the public.

Amanda Harris
ISSUE: When she goes downtown to have lunch, the hour-long meters are completely inappropriate. She’s received two tickets in the last couple of weeks and it makes her not want to come downtown and spend money there.

Greg Olson
Hill Road
Boise, ID
ATTA BOY: Two-thumbs up for the MotivePower contract. He is completely behind Boise increasing the train and rail options, both nationally and in the valley. Thank you for pushing this through and keep up the good work.
Economic Dev.

ISSUE: He suggests using the Airport overflow parking lot for major event parking. They could charge a dollar for secured parking and bus people in to the BSU games.

Andy Asdell
S. Browning
Walden Pond Subdivision
ISSUE: People running the stop signs and speeding through the neighborhood on the corner of Browning and Bronte.

Teresa Burkes
E. Bannock St.
Boise, ID 83712
ISSUE: Sprinklers on Greenbelt came on between 8:30 and 9:00 last Thursday and it blasted her right in the face as she was riding her bicycle. They seem to be watering the pathway instead of the landscape and they hit pedestrians and cyclists.
Parks & Rec.

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