City of Clarkston Paving Rescheduled Due to Weather

Press Release | City of Clarkston

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As part of the City of Clarkston 2020 Street Maintenance Project, the following are dates and locations of street and alley paving activities.   The areas will be signed for “No Parking” for the day of scheduled work.  We ask residents along these streets to refrain from parking in the street and move any RV’s trailers, or boats from the street.  Please call Kevin Poole, Public Works Director if you have any questions.  The Contractor, Poe Asphalt Paving, Inc. will have traffic control flaggers and measures in place at each paving location.

Avista Makes Annual Price Adjustment Filings in Idaho

News Release | Avista Corporation

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Avista has made annual rate adjustment filings with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC or Commission) that if approved, are designed to decrease overall electric revenues by approximately $3.0 million or 1.2% effective Oct. 1, 2020 and decrease overall natural gas revenue by approximately $700 thousand or 1.1% effective Nov. 1, 2020. These annual filings have no impact on Avista’s earnings. Overall reductions in electric and natural gas prices would take effect in the fall

Idaho Transportation Department is Taking Suggestions from Residents for Upcoming Projects

News Release | Idaho Transportation Department

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LEWISTON- The Idaho Transportation Department is asking for input on the just-released draft Idaho Transportation Improvement Program (ITIP). The 2021-2027 draft ITIP is a seven-year plan of the state’s transportation improvements, and all stakeholders are encouraged to participate.  

New Law Aimed at Protecting Charitable Assets Takes Effect July 1

News Release | State of Idaho Attorney General

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Attorney General Lawrence Wasden reminds charitable organizations, their attorneys, and the public that the Idaho Charitable Assets Protection Act (ICAPA) becomes effective on July 1, 2020. The Idaho Legislature enacted the new law to help the Office of the Attorney General better protect the state’s charitable assets and preserve donor intent.


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