by Andrew Crisp
On Monday, Feb. 4, members of the Nampa City Council will take up a resolution that would increase the number of council members from four to six, and authorize an election for citizens to install the two extra members.
That's according to a story from the Idaho Press-Tribune, which reported Nampa Mayor Tom Dale in his State of the City address suggested that as the second largest city in Idaho, Nampa's City Council should consider adding more seats.
From the article:
Idaho code allows for either four or six council members, and Nampa has had four since its founding more than a century ago. Caldwell and Boise both have six city council members.