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Governor proposes cuts to Idaho administrative rules

Gov. Brad Little is taking public comments on his plan to cut or simplify regulations in what he says are a third of all chapters in the state’s administrative rules book. The Republican on Tuesday released what he proposes to retain and cut in the Idaho Administrative Code, and is taking public comments through June 11.

Bunker Hill Superfund Site Q & A: Part 6

Denna Grangaard from the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality in Kellogg, Idaho, takes a moment to answer citzens questions about the Bunker Hill Superfund Site.

Grafos admits to petition

During Tuesday’s council meeting, Spokane Valley Councilman Dean Grafos acknowledged that he has been orchestrating the recent public comment against the full closure of the Sprague and Sullivan intersection for three weeks while it is reconstructed. At the May 11 council meeting, nine business owners and managers spoke against the project. All said the project would hurt their business and they had just assumed the intersection would be partially closed during construction. Most of them also mentioned how many employees they had and that the closure would impact them as well.