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UN Agenda 21 in Idaho

Northwest Council on Sustainable Development



The Communities In Motion Project is a five county regional plan.  The 'Blueprint for Good Growth' is the Ada County plan of which Boise is the hub.  There is actually only one organization behind both projects even though a 'pass thru' organization (Treasure Valley Futures) was established to run the Communities in Motion Project.  This is a classic Agenda 21 project for the Boise Metropolitan area.  

It appears to have started as a roads project by the Idaho Dept of Transportation to plan traffic inflows to Boise but the system of 'public-private partnerships' has 'transformed' the project into a full blown UN Agenda 21 plan for so-called 'sustainable development'. 

Robert Freilich of Frelich, Leitner & Carlisle was hired as the Project Manager - or more accurately, the Project Facilitator.  He prepared a presentation that was given to the Boise City Club on November 17, 2004.  In this presentation he outlines the plan for a regional supra- public-private government that controls all land use within the regional boundaries. 

The Blueprint for Good Growth is a regional planning effort spurred by the Treasure Valley Futures project that ISG (Idaho Smart Growth) helped lead.

Or maybe the project is called 'Communities in Motion' as prepared by the Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho (COMPASS).  

Trying to figure out who is running the show is like trying to find the pick pocket in a crowd of shills and  innocent bystanders.   

Maybe the project should be called Treasure Valley Futures.  Treasure Valley Futures is a project that was initiated by the Community Planning Association.  

Now we're getting somewhere.  The Federal Highways Administration gave a grant to Treasure Valley Futures (TVF) for the 'Transportation, Community and System Preservation Program.  The purpose shown :

Educate policy makers, advocacy groups, business leaders and citizens about why they should consider all land use and transportation policy decisions in a regional as well as local context and why land use and transportation planning in the Valley must be more closely linked.





'Public Participation'

The 'History of Public Participation' shows the date that 'public' participation in the plan began on October 12th 2004.  It's important for Consortium to keep a history of public meetings because it is needed to create the illusion of actual public participation and concurrence with the plan. 

What people don't know about these meetings though is that they are led by professional facilitators.  The decisions are all made in advance so the public meetings are simply for show.  The job of the facilitator is to lead and control group discussion so that the group arrives at the pre-defined conclusions to support the decisions of the sponsors of the meetings

There is no question about the deception because if they were truthful, they would announce that this is the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 21 program.