Monday, September 19, 2022, marked another entry in the Twin Falls city council meeting schedule and was another demonstration of how this council routinely circumvents laws meant to protect citizens and overrides the desires of the governed. Socialism Alive & Well in Twin Falls You may recall from last week’s meeting recap that the council […]
Author: Ryeker Herndon
For those of you too busy with life to have noticed, last week marked a significant milestone in Idaho’s decline to Californiadom. Boise’s Pride Festival gained national attention by joining the depravity and moral bankruptcy of liberal culture in the west to encourage the sexual exploitation of children. The festival coordinators hosted a child drag […]
This week’s city council meeting was a return to form for the elected leaders of Twin Falls: government spending, appointing morally compromised officials, and ignoring the will of the people they serve.
If this is the best Twin Falls has to offer for a seat on our city council, we are well and truly in a helpless state. The candidates interviewed on Monday night presented nothing but big government ideology, nanny state solutions to problems that citizens should be able to solve for themselves, and a lack of deep thinking on the largest issues we face as a city (namely growth and government spending).
True to form, city council overspends budgets, takes federal mon & increases fees
For now the new boss is much like the old boss when it comes to the Twin Falls city council: globalism, right here in little old Twin Falls.
Police chief Kingsbury presented promotions and inductions into the ranks and the council approved the use of more C.A.R.E.S. dollars for radios for the local dispatch center.
City council votes to approve MORE C.A.R.E.S dollars in Twin Falls while rejecting the request of local business to improve our regional airport.
In the end, the city council voted unanimously to increase building fees by over 100%.
Twin Falls city council meeting was cancelled on Monday due to absence of city manager & assistant city manager.
The Twin Falls Fire Department will buy a new fire truck that will cost us (the Twin Falls taxpayers) an extra $750,000, and will be bought as part of a “cooperative purchase agreement” (more on that in a forth coming article) which costs more and ties the purchase to more layers of government.
Monday’s city council meeting started with public proclamations for Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness month and adult education and family literacy week. Shawn Barigar and Vice Mayor Ruth Pierce were absent from the meeting. The lead ESL (English as a Second Language) instructor from the College of Southern Idaho (CSI) accepted the adult literacy proclamation and […]
Twin Falls City Council just voted to fast-track an over 100% increase on impact fees for new home builders.
Is it just me, or are many of the “conservative Republican” lawmakers acting an awful lot like liberal Democrats?
The “infrastructure” bill should have been roundly rejected by all the Senate Republicans. Instead, both of the senators from Idaho voted to advance the bill.