City Councilors still thinking 

The race is still months away, but the three Boise City Councilors whose seats are up for re-election know their minds, almost. David Eberle said it's early to say so, but he's going to run again. City Council President Elaine Clegg said she, too, is ready for another four-year term.

"I feel like I've just barely gotten started on several things," Clegg, who was first elected in 2003, told BW. She, too, said it was early to be asking such things.

But City Councilor Alan Shealy may be on the fence: He declined to comment about whether he would run for his own seat later this year.

"I haven't made up my mind," Shealy said.

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