Comings and Goings: The latest in new subdivisions
In this week's comings and goings, more agricultural land is going the way of residential neighborhoods in Meridian.
Keeps Subdivision has the green-light from city leaders.
It will be off East Lake Hazel and South Eagle Roads and wrap around a Church of Jesus Christ of Ladder-Day Saints meeting house.
59 homes will be built on 53 acres just down the street from Century Farm and Hillsdale Elementary School.
And Meridian City leaders have several proposals on their books at tonight's public hearings.
Here's the list:
- Fairbourne Subdivision, proposed at West Chinden and North Black Cat Road, would build 176 homes and 26 common lots on 66 acres of land.
- Bountiful Commons at 5960 North Linder Road, would involve six lots on six acres.
- Cherry Blossom Subdivision, at 615 West Cherry Lane, is planning to build 47 homes with 11 common lots on ten acres.
These proposals are on the docket at tonight's public hearing at city hall starting at 6 p.m.
And in Nampa, big news from play it again sports. Manager Tomas Wilkening wanted me to pass this along to all of you that the store is holding a grand opening for its new facility this Thursday at 10 a.m.
Mayor Debbie Kling is expected to be there.
The new store is located at 2730 Sundance Road.