In order to guide the expenditure of monies from the serial
levy, the Mayor and City Council approved Chapter 2-23 of Boise
Municipal Code, which established the organizational structure,
duties and responsibilities of the Foothills Conservation Advisory
Committee. Members of the committee are appointed by the Mayor and
confirmed by the City Council, with each member serving a
three-year term. The duties of the committee are to create a
mission statement, direct the activities of City staff assigned to
the Foothills open space conservation program, develop a list of
conservation priorities and make recommendations to the Mayor and
City Council in acquiring interests in real property for Foothills
open space stewardship.
The Foothills Conservation Advisory Committee shall make
recommendations to the Mayor and City Council for permanent
protection of natural open space in the Boise Foothills, consistent
with the open space serial levy passed by the voters on May 22,
2001, and will work to ensure that the levy funds are spent
Chas. F. McDevitt, Chair
Suki Molina, Vice-Chair
M. Ester Ceja
Slyvia L. Cooper
William B. Eastlake
Youth Committee Members
Meritt Salathe, Boise High School
Cassidy Thomas, Boise High School
Boise Parks & Recreation Staff
Julia Kertz Grant
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