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Meridian approves new comprehensive plan (access required)

Mayor Tammy de Weerd presided over her last Meridian city council meeting on Dec. 17, where the city's new comprehensive plan was approved.

The Meridian City Council approved a new comprehensive plan on Dec. 17, minus a controversial clause over the transition from rural neighborhoods to areas of higher housing density. The excluded clause involved minimum lot sizes in a rural-transition policy that ...

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New movie theater opens in Eagle

EAGLE – Treasure Valley movie buffs have a new place to take in a film. The newly erected 28,301-square-foot Luxe Reel Theatre celebrated its grand opening on Dec. 20 with a Star Wars and Frozen-themed party. Located at 170 E Eagles ...

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Major dairy supplier to build facility in Jerome

photo of Welcome to Jerome sign

JEROME – Nelson–Jameson Inc. announced on Dec. 16 that it will build a 29,000-square-foot distribution facility on the south side of Jerome. The company recently purchased 19 acres of land in the Northside subdivision for the new distribution center, with room ...

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St. Luke’s celebrates construction milestone (access required)

Photo of the placement of the last beam on the frame of the St. Luke's Medical Center's new shipping and receiving building in Boise.

Employees of Boise’s St. Luke’s Medical Center and Layton Construction paused on Dec. 17 for the ceremonial placement of the last beam on the frame of the hospital’s new shipping and receiving facility in downtown Boise. Placing the last beam ...

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Ada County Coordinated Growth Initiative launches new website (access required)

Ada County Commissioners recently launched a website on plans for furthering discussion of the county’s growth and the next steps the commissioners will take to keep the public engaged in the growth conversation. Launched on Dec. 18, the Next Steps website ...

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Demolition begins on former Mercy Medical Center in Nampa

photo of the beginning of the demolition of the old Mercy Medical Center in Nampa

Demolition of the former Mercy Medical Center on 12th Avenue in Nampa is underway. The work began on Dec. 16 at the facility, which has been vacant since Saint Alphonsus opened its new Nampa medical center on Garrity Boulevard in July ...

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First Interstate shuffles downtown Boise branches (access required)

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In the continuing process of downtown Boise bank musical chairs, First Interstate Bank is moving its downtown branch to Pioneer Crossing in January. First Interstate had already decided to move its downtown Boise branch from 9th and Idaho Streets, in ...

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Saint Alphonsus opens new vascular clinic (access required)

Graham Donald, MD, cuts the ribbon on the new vascular and endovascular clinic at the Saint Alphonsus Medical Center in Boise.

Saint Alphonsus Medical Center reopened its vascular and endovascular clinic last week, moving it into a new facility in the Hartman Building on the health care provider’s Boise campus. The new clinic space at 1075 N Curtis Road has 4,945 ...

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Boise City Council approves Voyager subdivision appeal (access required)

Oblique aerial photo of the site of the future Voyager subdivision.

The Boise City Council approved the appeal of a rezoning request for the future Voyager subdivision on Five Mile Road during their Dec. 10 meeting. The Planning & Zoning Commission voted on Oct. 14 not to recommend a rezone from ...

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Boise City Council denies Eyrie Terraces appeal (access required)

Photo of attorney Deborah Nelson appealing the Eyrie Terraces permit denial at the Boise City Council meeting.

The Boise City Council denied an appeal on Dec. 10 for a hillside development permit for the Eyrie Terraces subdivision, a project that generated numerous public comments in opposition. The Planning & Zoning Commission rejected the permit and accompanying preliminary ...

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