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Comings and Goings: Reopening of local bank, new YMCA in Meridian

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Mountain West Bank has re-opened its renovated downtown Boise branch.

The grand re-opening was held this past week for the branch at 16th and State streets.

According to branch manager Mike Harris, the renovated offices are perfectly suited to meet the needs of Boise's north end neighbors.

CTA architects engineers designed the building and Wright Brothers, the building company, constructed the building at 433 north 16th street.

Renovations began back in may of 2017.

Mountain West Bank was founded in Idaho in 1993.

It has 24 branches, financial service centers and lending centers in Idaho, Washington and Utah.

Mark your calendars for this Friday.

It's the grand opening of The Hill, that's the campus with the new south Meridian Family YMCA, at 51-55 south Hillsdale Avenue.

The ribbon cutting is at 10:30 a.m.

The Hill is a 22-acre campus.

Key elements include:

  • Hillsdale elementary that opened in 2016 with more than 650 students.
  • Hillsdale park, a 10-acre agricultural-themed city park
  • South meridian family YMCA.
  • St. Luke's center for lifestyle medicine, within The Y.
  • St. Luke's Children's Pediatrics, also within The Y.
  • And Meridian Library District's unique tiny library outside of the Y that will open this fall.

Also just down the road from the Amity roundabout Schultz Development is seeking approval to develop just under 15 acres of land along the northeast corner of south Locust Grove and east Amity roads.

It would be called Wells Subdivision, and consist of 38 building lots with 11 common lots.

If you have a condo or second home in Ketchum, city officials are inviting you to the "fair on the square."

It's this Friday from four to 7:30 pm at the Ketchum Town Square.

City leaders will be recognizing some of the city's succesful urban planning projects.

Idaho smart growth will present awards to the Town Square and Fourth street Heritage Corridor.

If you go, be sure to talk to city leaders.

They want to hear your ideas for improving downtown.

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