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CCDC Recap: Trailhead Renewed; State Street URD Study Approved

May 19, 2020

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CCDC Recap: Trailhead Renewed; State Street URD Study Approved

Final adjournment required new Livestream URL

The CCDC Board of Commissioners renewed its support of Trailhead, a non-profit, community effort focused on helping develop the next generation of business success in Boise, at its meeting on Monday, May 18. More details on the agency’s involvement with this highly successful economic development initiative is available here.

Additionally, the agency affirmed its commitment to public outreach while approving the next phase to study a potential new urban renewal district along the State Street corridor. People interested in participating in the process, learning more about the potential district, and signing up for regular news and alerts can visit

The 45-minute meeting was carried live via the Boxcast platform and was accessible on the CCDC website, a practice CCDC initiated in November 2017 to allow online public viewing of all board meetings. Following the meetings, the livestreams are archived as videos on the CCDC website and available to watch at any time.

In yesterday’s meeting, the second CCDC Board Meeting held during a remote working environment, the eight commissioners listened to staff presentations remotely, voted on several agenda items, and adjourned briefly for a special closed executive session. The board then returned to the Boxcast platform for the final adjournment, which took approximately one minute.

Unfortunately, the original public access link closed prior to this final minute of the meeting, and a new Boxcast link was created to stream the meeting adjournment. A transcript from this final minute is available here, and the video of the entire meeting, including the final minute, is available here.

CCDC is reviewing the issue and expects to resolve it prior to its next public meeting. We apologize for the disruption and appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we determine what occurred with the livestream access. These are extraordinary times, and CCDC staff and Commissioners are all doing their absolute best to continue the collaborative and meaningful work of the agency. ​