TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Applicants for a seat on the Twin Falls City Council will be discussed at today’s meeting, as will several other items on the agenda.

On the agenda is a request to approve design guidelines for the Twin Falls Downtown Historic District and Twin Falls City Park Historic District; a request to approve the city’s new wastewater contract with PSI; and a request from Starr Corp. to set as a guaranteed maximum $5.734 million for the City Hall project.

The council also will hear a presentation from Vera C. O’Leary students about the city’s ordinance on animal abuse and corresponding fines, and Police Chief Craig Kingsbury will present the Peace Officer Standards and Training Executive Certificate, the highest certificate awarded to peace officers in the state.

During the last council meeting on Nov. 21, Mayor Shawn Barigar told the audience that he would today present a discussion about the City Council applicants who are vying to replace Councilman Don Hall when he steps down in January. Hall was recently elected to a seat on the County Commission.

The 14 applicants will be discussed at today’s meeting. Barigar said the replacement for Hall will be presented at the following City Council meeting, scheduled for Dec. 5.

Today’s meeting starts at 5 p.m. at the Twin Falls Council Chambers, 305 Third Ave. East.