TWIN FALLS • The Clif Bar project and the Main Avenue redesign will be the focuses of Monday’s Urban Renewal Agency board meeting.
The URA board will hear updates on where both projects stand, and will vote on approving a governance model to manage the Main Avenue construction project and creating a Main Avenue Project Oversight Subcommittee, which will consist of three URA board members appointed by Phil Kushlan, the interim executive director, according to the resolution attached to the agenda. The executive director and subcommittee will divide up supervisory duties over the project and report back to the full board every month.
The URA board is also scheduled to approve the Project Improvement Reimbursement Agreement and Project Improvements Construction Agreement for additional work on the wastewater pretreatment facility and the water system for Chobani’s plant, because they need to be expanded to accommodate the planned expansion of the plant itself.
And the board will hear an update on urban renewal-related bills that passed in the state Legislature this year.