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Posted on: June 29, 2018

“Calling City Hall” Talks Pedestrian, Bike Safety; City Golf Courses


Several of summer’s favorite pastimes are the topics of discussion for the July episode of “Calling City Hall.”

The first half of the show features Mayor Brian Blad joined by Officer Kevin Nielsen of the Pocatello Police Department to discuss how the city’s pedestrians and bicyclists can stay safe as they take to the roads and sidewalks this summer. During the second half, Greg Albright and Jerold Myler of FORE Golf and John Banks, City of Pocatello Parks and Recreation Director, will look at what’s happening at the City’s golf courses.

The show will air Tuesday, July 3 at 6:30 p.m. on Government Access Channel 56. Viewers can also find the show on the Pocatello Community Media YouTube page. Due to scheduling considerations, this episode of “Calling City Hall” has been prerecorded.

For more information on this program, Government Access Television, Educational Access Television, or Community Access Television, contact Pocatello Community Media at 208-234-6280 or visit You can also find this program and other Pocatello Community Media programs online at

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