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You don’t need to wear a mask. Period. Full stop. When you’re confronted (and you will be) for not wearing a mask, politely decline. You can note that each of the government orders that have been issued requiring masks also
Boise Mayor Lauren McLean advocates that residents turn each other in to the authorities for the sake of public health
On Thursday, Boise Mayor Lauren McLean’s office announced Public Health Emergency Order No. 20-13. Let me cut to the guts of it: At its core, this latest public health order, effective Nov. 23, 2020, openly advocates that Boise resident’s inform
IDAHO FREEDOM FOUNDATION: MCLEAN’S DICTATES WILL TURN NEIGHBORS AGAINST EACH OTHER, WASTE PRECIOUS RESOURCES, AND HARM BUSINESSES
BOISE, ID—On Thursday, Idaho Freedom Foundation President Wayne Hoffman excoriated Boise Mayor Lauren McLean for releasing new government edicts that will hurt businesses and their employees, turn neighbors against each other, and waste precious city resources. “Does the mayor really
Boise Mayor Lauren McLean ran her campaign on a platform of transparency in government. Unfortunately, in recent days, McLean has made it abundantly clear that her version of transparency does not include having any open discussion on important policy issues
For those who missed last Tuesday’s Boise City Council meeting, Capital City Development Corporation, Boise’s urban renewal agency, is at it again. It proposed an amendment to the Westside Downtown Urban Renewal District which would add 14.1 acres to the
If Boise’s Capital City Development Corporation has its way, by this time next year, Boise will officially have a sixth urban renewal district. This latest district would span both sides of State Street from Boise’s West End all the way
In its bid to address affordable housing, Boise continues to move full steam ahead — in the wrong direction
The City of Boise has moved ahead with numerous rezoning initiatives, incentive programs, and city ordinances this year in its attempt to make housing more affordable. As housing has become more unaffordable, the city counsel, mayor, and various city departments,
Boise Mayor Lauren McLean acted as the tiebreaking vote at five-hour long city council meeting on September 29, 2020. The main subject of the meeting: Whether to grant developer Collegiate Development Group’s rezoning request to build a student housing project
The City of Boise has started to rewrite its zoning code. This makes sense: Over the past 10 years, the Boise metro area’s population has grown more than 20%. It was the fastest growing city in the country from 2017-2018.