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Posted on: May 1, 2018

Two Proclamations to be read at Thursday’s Pocatello City Council Meeting

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A pair of proclamations by Mayor Brian Blad are scheduled to be read at the May 3 meeting of the Pocatello City Council.

The first will be read by Councilman Roger Bray and proclaims the month of May to be Older Americans Month. The proclamation urges “every resident to take time during this month to recognize older adults and the people who serve them as vital members of our community.” The decree was requested by the Area Agency on Aging.

Councilman Rick Cheatum will read the second that establishes May as Bike to Work Month in Pocatello. The decree was requested by the Bannock Transportation Planning Organization and encourages “employers to support their employees’ participation in the Bike to Work Employee Challenge.”

Thursday’s meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

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