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State of the City is March 23 at 4pm - Join us! 
eaglecity@cityofeagle.org
Eagle's State of the City 
 
It's that time of year again when municipalities are presenting their past accomplishments and goals for the coming year. For Eagle's State of the City this year, some changes are happening. The City has once again partnered with the Eagle Chamber of Commerce but rather than a lunch meeting, we are spotlighting local businesses by hosting an after hours event after the State of the City Address. Here we will showcase all the things that make Eagle great while enjoying hors d'oeuvres at the beautiful Chateau des Fleur in Eagle. Please join us for this once a year affair, the speech is free to listen to while the after hours tickets are $10 and available through the Chamber of Commerce.
 
Eagle is HOME!

Stan Ridgeway, Mayor
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March 23 4pm
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Employment Opportunities

Recreation Leader-Spring Break
 
For complete details, click here
http://www.cityofeagle.org/jobsandrfps
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The activity guide for Winter/Spring 2017 is out! Click below to browse classes, camps and activities in Eagle! 
http://www.cityofeagle.org/recreation 
The City of Eagle recognizes the importance of volunteerism and is taking a moment to thank those who selflessly give of themselves to the community.
Volunteer of the Month
Wright Brothers, The Building Company
It is an honor to recognize Bob Wright, with Wright Brothers, The Building company for Volunteer of the Month. In January, during the severe winter weather, and subsequent State of Emergency Declaration, Wright Brothers was the only business to proactively reach out to the City and offer to help the community and its citizens. The company donated manpower, as well as equipment to assist City’s crews in clearing streets of snow and locating storm drains. The strength of our community comes from our people, and the Wright Brothers have proven themselves time after time to be an asset to ours.
Eagle Historical Museum
67 E. State St.
Eagle, Idaho
(208) 939-2669

http://www.cityofeagle.org/museum 
Join us March 2nd at Rembrandts Coffee House for the Eagle Museum Book Club. This month we are reading "Katharina and Martin Luther: The Radical Marriage of a Runaway Nun and a Renegade Monk" by Michelle DeRusha. 
This book tells the riveting story of two extraordinary people and their relationship, offering refreshing insights into Christian history and illuminating the Luther’s impact on the institution of marriage. By the time they turn the last page, readers will understand Luther as a husband and father and will come to love and admire Katharina.
We meet at 6:00 pm and appetizers will be provided courtesy of Eagle Museum. We hope to see you there for some good company and good discussion!

Eagle Public Library
100 N. Stierman Way
Eagle, Idaho 83616
 (208) 939-6814
http://www.cityofeagle.org/
 
 
Thanks to the generosity of the Friends of the Eagle Public Library, the Library has a collection of Alzheimer’s and dementia therapy resources that include puzzles, games, and manipulatives available to be checked out.  Look for this new collection near the large print books.  And please remember to support the Friends of the Eagle Public Library through their book sales (including their March 18 book sale); the Friends provide valuable support to the Library for children’s summer reading programs, audiobooks, and special collections.
If you’re an ebook reader and haven’t used the ebook collection in a while, you may be happy to know that the collection has grown considerably.  The collection of both e-books and e-audiobooks are available to be read on e-readers, tablets, and computers.  The titles available cover a wide range of genres and topics – browse the collection, you’re sure to find a title of interest.  The best part is that titles may be borrowed without ever having to leave your home and never accrue late fees.  To access the Library’s e-book collection, visit the library’s web page (eaglepubliclibrary.org) and click on the “E-Books” button; to access the e-audiobooks, visit the library’s web page and click on the “E-Audiobooks” button.
The Library’s seed collection will be available by mid-March.  Eagle Public Library guests may check-out seeds to plant in their gardens.  The gardeners are asked to let the best plant go to seed at the end of the growing season, and then harvest the seeds and return them to the Library where they will be processed for distribution to guests next year.
There’s a lot going on at the Library in March.  Highlights include:
  • Tuesday, March 7, 6:00 pm, Be the Source of Change: 3D Printing Challenge – As part of the American Library Association’s Teen Tech Week, teens are challenged to submit a problem that they encounter in the world and create a 3D print to solve that problem.  Age: Teen.
  • Tuesday, March 14, 4:30 pm, Pi day – Make a Pi Skyline, Pi jewelry, and memorize Pi, all to honor the late Albert Einstein.  Age: elementary school.
  • Saturday, March 18, 2:00 pm, Your 24/7 Library : E-books and E-Magazines – Get answers to your questions about downloading e-books and e-magazines from your library.  Age: all.
These are just a few of the many programs during March at your Eagle Public Library.  For a complete listing, see the Library’s calendar or visit eaglepubliclibrary.org.
EAGLE ART GALLERIES
The Eagle Arts Commission is pleased to announce the Artist of the Month at the Eagle City Hall Gallery and St. Luke's Eagle Gallery. These galleries are open to the public and may be viewed during regular business hours.
 
MARCH featured Artists

The Gallery at City Hall - Ulysses Albert III 

For as long as I can remember, I have always had a desire to express myself through visual art. Being rather introverted, art was and still is my way of journaling my thoughts, fears, hopes and dreams. I’ve always had a love for creating surreal, symbolic types of work with a strong sense of realism. When I became a Christian my methods for how I portrayed my work hadn’t changed, just the subject matter and story I wanted to tell.

I grew up in California and graduated from Laguna College of Art and Design in 2007, my college years and prior were a time in my life where much of my art expressed feelings of pain, anger, depression and hopelessness. I became a Christian in 2011, and since then I use the tools and skills I have developed in College to create art filled with hope, life, beauty and peace. In 2013, I made Idaho my home, and the paintings you see I have created since my move. I feel I have been given a gift and at the end of the day I want to honor God and bless others with it.

Currently residing in Boise, Idaho, when I’m not creating personal works I paint and draw portraits and illustrations for various clients. It has truly been a blessing living here as I have had the opportunity to display my work at the Eagle Saturday Market the past 4 years, the Eagle City Hall in 2015, and St. Luke’s Hospital in both Boise and Meridian in 2016. I look forward to what the Lord has in store for me in the future as I continue to grow my relationship with him and grow in my art as well.

The Gallery at St Luke's Eagle - Debra Bonsack

An educated painter with teaching credentials in visual art, Bonsack is an extremely prolific showing artist. Her work can be found in countless collections around the world. After a twenty-five-year career in arts education, Bonsack now paints and teaches full time from one of her two studios. Her California studio doubles as an art retreat destination, personal gallery and vacation home while she teaches semi private lessons from her Boise Idaho studio. Debra’s signature work can be recognized by its highly textural unique quality. Her techniques which she invented herself are identifiable by the impasto textural look of pallet knife oils combined with the fluid free flow look of watercolor. Bonsack works in large series pieces with recognizable personable subjects that reflect the artist’s personality.

Eagle annexes and rezones recently-acquired parcels at Ada-Eagle Sports Complex  
By Jeff Kunz, Eagle City Council
At the February 14, 2017 Eagle City Council meeting, city officials approved a city-initiated comprehensive plan map amendment (CPA-03-16), annexation (A-08-16) and rezone (RZ-13-16) from RR (Rural Residential, an Ada County designation) to PS (Public/Semi-Public) for two parcels at the Ada-Eagle Sports Complex. The parcels were recently acquired by the City of Eagle. The parcels, totaling 15.9 acres, are located on the east side of N. Horseshoe Bend Road 2,000 feet north of E. Floating Feather Road. No development or changes in park usage are proposed. A public hearing was scheduled, but no one sought to offer public testimony. The findings of fact and conclusions of law were approved. Resolution 17-05 amending the 2015 Eagle Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Designation Map for the area in and around the Ada-Eagle Sports Complex was approved. Ordinance 770 annexing and rezoning the two parcels and amending the city’s zoning map was approved. Excluding the ordinance, all other items were moved to the consent agenda and approved.
Under unfinished business, city officials approved a rezone (RZ-07-16) from MU (Mixed Use) to MU-DA (Mixed Use with a development agreement in lieu of a PUD) and preliminary plat (PP-05-16) requests for Lonesome Dove Subdivision No. 2, a 75-lot (68 buildable, 7 common) residential subdivision (re-subdivision of Lot 1A, Block 2, Lot 1B, Block 2 and Lot 1, Block 1 of Lonesome Dove Subdivision). The requests were for Zach Evans Construction, represented by Mark Butler. At the prior city council meeting, city officials requested the parties, including the applicant and neighborhood representatives, enter mediation to resolve certain matters. As a result of the mediation, the conditions of development were amended to require 15-foot street front setbacks (measured from back of curb) for dwelling units located adjacent to E. Lone River Drive to provide sufficient space for longer vehicles within garages and to require the CC&Rs to specify that the common lot area (Lot 1, Block 18) located between the dwelling units adjacent to the alleys shall be maintained by the owners of those dwellings. The site specific conditions of approval were amended to stipulate the applicant shall work with the adjacent property owner (located west of the development) to provide an eight-foot wide buffer area located adjacent to the western property line. A sentence requiring the applicant and adjacent property owner to share the buffer area installation costs was deleted. Another site specific condition of approval requiring owners to subscribe to premium trash service for residential dwelling units accessed from private alleys was deleted and placed in the development agreement. The master homeowner’s association and the owner of the Phase 2 property are currently negotiating on the management and voting rights associated with the effects of the development of Lonesome Dove Subdivision No. 2.
Under new business, city officials recommended approval of Ada County Transmittal 201602239-S-PR for preliminary plat and private road requests for Vine Estates Subdivision, a six-lot residential subdivision. The requests were for Aleksey Strelyuk, represented by Tamara Thompson with The Land Group. The 37.82 acre site is located 1,400 feet east of the N. Ballantyne Lane/W. Beacon Light Road intersection and is within the city’s area of impact. The item was transferred to the consent agenda for approval.
The Eagle Historical Museum presents the “Community Cabinet”


This collection of dolphins was on display for the month of February. 
If you would like to participate in this fun and educational project, please contact:
Helen Fisher, Eagle Museum, 
Mamafish1@msn.com
Alana Dunn, Museum Curator, EagleMuseum@cityofeagle.org 208-939-2669
Visit: 
http://bit.ly/1Fv585z
Nominate Your Neighbor!
The city of Eagle would like to express our appreciation to the exceptional people in our community that make our city a great place to live and work. Do you know someone that enhances our quality of life? Helps those in need? Performs good deeds or acts of kindness? Please take the time to nominate your neighbors, friends, teachers, and volunteers in our community for one of our awards!
All nominations are accepted year-round. To nominate someone you know, please fill out the Nomination Form located on our websitehttp://bit.ly/eaglenominations and return it to: City Hall, C/O Tammy Gordon, 660 E Civic Ln, Eagle, ID 83616 OR tgordon@cityofeagle.org.  
Getting involved:
The public is encouraged to attend any and all meetings. Agendas are posted on our website calendar or can be sent to you directly by opting-into our Email Notifications or requesting a fax to (208) 939-6827.
Visit our site often for updates and the Latest News on our Home Page. Weekly meetings are also posted to our Facebook account here: https://www.facebook.com/cityofeagleidaho 
Public Comment: 
Your input and engagement is encouraged. If you cannot attend the meetings and have an opinion, please submit your comments via email to eaglecity@cityofeagle.org. All comments will be entered into public record and reviewed by the Mayor and Council.
*Please note Public Hearing testimony must be submitted 5 days prior to the hearing date. (Ord 1-8-3)






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