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Engineers to Begin Underground Surveying for Main Avenue Redesign Project Two projects that are critical to the Main Avenue Redesign Project will begin Monday, June 29. The two projects include the final design of the alleyways and utilities improvements, as well as underground surveying work.
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Senior Center In Need of Volunteers to Deliver Meals The Twin Falls Senior Center is in immediate need of volunteer drivers for home meal delivery. Meal delivery is critical to supporting home bound seniors in our community who may otherwise not receive proper nutrition.
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Councilman Greg Lanting Elected President of the Association of Idaho Cities Members of the Association of Idaho Cities, or AIC, elected Twin Falls City Councilman Greg Lanting as their new President for 2015-2016. Lanting took the oath of office on June 11 during the 68th AIC Annual Conference in Boise.
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City to Begin Marking Shared-lanes For Cyclists and Vehicles The City of Twin Falls will begin marking shared lanes for vehicles and cyclists - also known as 'sharrows' - in late-June. The sharrows are one of many new features that will make Twin Falls safer and more accessible to cyclists.
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Citizen Awarded ‘Police Chief’s Award' for Courage and Selflessness Twin Falls Police were dispatched at approximately 1:10 p.m. on Jan. 29, 2015 to the area of Wendell Street and Robbins Avenue, where a pedestrian reported that she and her dog had been attacked by two larger dogs.
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City of Twin Falls Announces New Parks and Recreation Director The City of Twin Falls is pleased to announce that it has hired Wendy Davis, of Nampa, Idaho, and formerly of Twin Falls, to replace Dennis Bowyer as the Parks and Recreation Director. Bowyer is retiring in June after more than 30 years of service.
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City of Twin Falls' Summer Recreation Guide Is Now Posted The City of Twin Falls Parks & Recreation Department's Summer Recreation Guide is now posted. Choose from dozens of activities that range from team sports to crafts and other activities. The City of Twin Falls encourages you to get out and stay active.
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