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COUNCIL COMMITTEES 2-16-11 LMS
The purpose of the various council committees is to research information on topics brought before them and make findings available to the full City Council as an aid towards making informed policy decisions. Each committee includes city staff as well as council members and interested citizens.
Citizen complaints or questions are often referred to committees appropriate to the concerns. The committee discusses the issue and then makes recommendations to the full City Council. Council committees include; the Finance Committee, the Parks and Recreation Committee, the Public Works Committee, the Sacajawea Committee and the newly established Public Safety Committee.
At the February 16th meeting of the Salmon City Council Mayor Leo Marshall announced each committee’s membership.
Members of the Finance Committee are Councilmen Ken Gutzman, Ron Radford, Jim Baker, City Finance Director Amy Fealko and City Administrator George Ambrose.
Members of the Parks and Recreation Committee are Councilmen Jim Kluesner and Fred Waidely, Parks Superintendent Charlie Cockrell and City Recreation Director Judy Barkley.
Members of the Public Works Committee are Councilmen Bud Bartlett, Ken Gutzman, and Fred Waidely, Public Works Superintendent Mickey Verbeck, City Community Development Planner Dan Maiyo and City Administrator George Ambrose.
Members of the Sacajawea Committee are Councilmen Ron Radford and Jim Kluesner, Sacajawea Center Director Judy Barkley, Parks Superintendent Charlie Cockrell, Mike Crosby, Bob Russell, former councilmen Chuck Bloodgood and George Miley and Bureau of Land Management Salmon Field Office Manager Steve Hartmann.
The new Public Safety Committee’s members are Councilmen Fred Waidely, Bud Bartlett and Ron Radford, Chuck Bloodgood and Salmon City Police Chief K.V. Felker. The committee will be addressing matters relating to public safety and law enforcement along with issues related to fire, Emergency Medical Services, Homeland Security and emergency preparedness.
All committee meetings are open to the public and anyone with concerns to discuss may take them directly to the committee which deals with that particular topic.
Meeting times and locations are posted in advance of the meetings and listed on KSRA’s Calendar of Events.
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