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A request for further discussions regarding damages caused by last February’s flood was brought before the Salmon City Council during its June 17 Roundtable Discussion.
Councilman Jim Baker said the Public Works Team has been asked to revisit the subject. Mayor Leo Marshall reminded the team and council the city can’t perform work on private property. Baker said he still wants to discuss culvert heights and other flood topics that are city related.
The Farmer’s Market received high praise from local resident Bob Blackadar during a public comment opportunity. He said it is the epitome of gentrification and the making of nobility and dignity.
Blackadar also noted the 65 mile per hour speed limit sign on Highway 93 South is lying by the fence near Salmon River Motors. He recommended that since there is no need for a speed of 65 miles per hour near city limits, the sign should be moved out past Ray’s Heating since the work of moving it is already half done. And, referencing the song lyrics “We built this city with Rock and Roll” he said that in spite of efforts to sabotage it he thinks the Whitewater Park will build the second story for this city.
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