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Posted on: May 1, 2017

Three Proclamations Scheduled for Thursday Pocatello City Council Meeting


A trio of proclamations are scheduled to be read at Thursday’s Pocatello City Council meeting.

The decrees issued by Mayor Brian Blad will establish May as Bike to Work and Drug Court months in Pocatello and proclaim May 7 through 13 as Municipal Clerks Week.

The Bike to Work month proclamation urges “employers to support their employees’ participation in the Bike to Work Employee Challenge.” The decree will be read by Councilwoman Heidi Adamson. The second will be read by Councilman Roger Bray and recognizes the positive impact of drug and other treatment courts on the community. The third read by Councilman Michael Orr formally extends the City’s appreciation to Ruth Whitworth, City Clerk, Konni Kendell, Deputy City Clerk “and to all Municipal Clerks for the vital services they perform and their dedication to the communities they represent.”

Thursday’s meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

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