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Evening Report – Wed., Dec 19, 2018 – City Climate Resolution

  • Moscow Council Passes Resolution to Send Carbon Tax and Dividend Letter to Congress.
  • Pullman Council Wants South Bypass.
  • Gonzaga Campus was Destination for 20 Accused Pedophile Priests.
  • Forest Service & Idaho Officials Sign Agreement to Include State Workers on Timber Harvest & Treatment Projects.
  • Financial Issues May Prevent Re-starting Bunker Hill Mine.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Nov 20, 2018 – Kestrel Turned Down

  • Moscow Council Decides Not to Contract to Use Free Prototype Alert System Which Allows “High Definition Observers” to Alert Police about Suspicious People or Activities.
  • ITD Project Manager Gives Moscow Council Update on Highway 95 Widening from Thorne Creek Road to Moscow.
  • Whitman County Employees Ask for Raises.

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Evening Report – Wed., Aug 22, 2018 – Material Recovery Vendor

  • Moscow Sanitation Operations Director Tim Davis Says Staff Looking for New Material Recovery Facility Company to Take Recycling.
  • Moscow Council Approves Bid for Phase One of East 3rd St. Traffic Calming.
  • Spokane Council Approves Sustainable Electricity Goal for 2030.
  • Idaho Gas & Oil Lease Audit Shows Lack of Transparency in Alta-Mesa Pricing.

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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 16, 2018 – A.D. Spear Fired

  • State Board of Education Fires University of Idaho Athletic Director Rob Spear.
  • Progress Report on East 3rd Street Traffic Calming.
  • Washington Abortion Law May Prevent Trump Supreme Court from Having Much Impact in the State.
  • Protesters Call for End to Border Patrol Action at Spokane Bus Depot.

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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 7, 2018 – Moscow Budget

  • Moscow Council Approves $86 Million Fiscal Year 2019 Budget.
  • Moscow Council Agrees to Change Target Date Temporary Pedestrian/Bike Bridge on East Third Street until Next Year.
  • ITD Drivers’ License Offices to be Closed Thursday & Friday for Computer Upgrades.  Reopening Mon., August 13th.
  • Health Insurance Companies Propose Idaho Rates for Next Year.
  • Washington Residents Sending in Primary Ballots.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 6, 2018 – Anti Fascism in Portland

  • Portland Police Bureau Chief Orders Review of Police Use of Force against Anti-Fascist Counterdemonstrators at Saturday’s Patriot Prayer Rally.
  • Washington Mail-In Ballots Due for Primary Tuesday.
  • Moscow Public Works Director & City Council to Discuss Timeline for East 3rd Street Pedestrian and Vehicular Bridge Projects.
  • Wildfire Closes I-90 Near Cheney.
  • Idaho Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Permanent Disability Eligibility for Undocumented Mexican.

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Evening Report – Tue, Jul 10, 2018 – Moscow Bike Share

  • Moscow may Expand University of Idaho’s Bike Share Program Citywide.
  • Council Members Express Support for Proposed $85.5 Million City Budget, $10 Million Facilities Bond for New Police Station.
  • Raised Crosswalk in Front of Moscow High School Planned Sooner than Rest of East 3rd St. Traffic Calming.
  • Former Idaho Supreme Court Justice Robert Huntley Sues All Idaho School Districts for Imposing Fees.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 22, 2018 – 3rd St. / Pullman Cable Franchise

  • Pullman City Attorney Laure McAloon Discusses Time-Warner Cable Franchise Renewal.
  • Moscow Council Approves East 3rd St. Traffic Calming Construction for this Summer.
  • Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson to Lead Multi-State Lawsuit Against Trump Family Separation

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 21, 2018 – Spokane Law & Border Patrol

  • Mexican Citizen Sues Border Patrol Over Detention at Spokane Intermodal Center.
  • Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart Writes Greyhound Bus Line President saying His Company May be in Violation of Spokane Civil Rights Law for Allowing Border Patrol Access to their Passengers.
  • Democrats in Idaho Legislature ask Gov. Otter to Withdraw Resources that Might be Used for Family Separations.
  • Moscow & ITD to Consider Changing Traffic Alignment at South Couplet Where US 95 and State Highway 8 Meet.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 8, 2018 – McCleary / Syringa / 3rd St.

  • Washington Supreme Court says Legislature No Longer in Contempt over K-12 Funding.
  • League of Women Voters Syringa Mobile Home Park Panel Pt. 2.
  • Proposed Adjustments to East 3rd St. Traffic Calming Plans.

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