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  • Welcoming city proclamation a 're-affirmation of who we are,' council, mayor say

    The Boise City Council on January 31, 2017, unanimously passed a resolution proclaiming that Boise is “committed to being a Welcoming City and creating a community where all of our residents feel welcomed, safe, and able to fully participate in, and contribute to, our city’s economic and social life.”

The Boise City Council on January 31, 2017, unanimously passed a resolution proclaiming that Boise is “committed to being a Welcoming City and creating a community where all of our residents feel welcomed, safe, and able to fully participate in, and contribute to, our city’s economic and social life.” Provided by the city of Boise
The Boise City Council on January 31, 2017, unanimously passed a resolution proclaiming that Boise is “committed to being a Welcoming City and creating a community where all of our residents feel welcomed, safe, and able to fully participate in, and contribute to, our city’s economic and social life.” Provided by the city of Boise

Boise council rebukes white supremacists, Charlottesville violence

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