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Any additional comments or questions are still appreciated.

When are the next design open houses? The city has been awfully quiet except for approving arch fee?

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Sure has been quiet. Accountability requires two way communication city folks.

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The timeline tab was recently updated and now shows Spring 2019 for next public input. The wording for that also changed. It used to say something to the effect of giving input on how well architect had... Read more...

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The city said they would work to mitigate bird strikes on all that glass, I have no idea how that will be accomplished.

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("how that will be accomplished") Neither does the city, they'll say whatever they think will mollify the citizens who are opposed to this folly that hasn't been voted on (crammed down our throats).

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Hello Christine, we've heard this from a few people. The riparian habitat is part of what makes Boise so great! Bird strikes are a common concern when designing and building with glass. Best practices... Read more...

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City of Boise - Page 4 of the December 13, 2018 Library Meeting Minutes say, "The bird strike issue noted in the previous public comment phase has been resolved and just needs communicated to the public.... Read more...

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Yes, and how will these mitigating practices address other concerns about potential glare to drivers, heating and cooling costs, and potential damage to materials from exposure to bright sunlight?

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I was at the last meeting I was not encouraged truly by the lack of knowledge everything all persons on the city council obviously did not know

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I still find it extraordinary that 7 applications were turned in and all had included the design plan the only one that did not have a design plan turned in was the only one accepted. I found it when doing... Read more...

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