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The Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday approved a conditional use permit application for phase two of Strahorn subdivision in Slaughterhouse Canyon and recommended that the city council approve a planned unit development and preliminary plat for the 48-lot project.

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The Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission will consider a conditional use permit application, planned unit development agreement and preliminary plat for phase two of Strahorn subdivision in Slaughterhouse Canyon today, Aug. 15, at 5:30 p.m.

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The nonprofit ARCH Community Housing Trust managed to salvage an old log cabin from a development site in Ketchum and convince the Bellevue City Council on Monday to accept it as a donation on a parcel of land ARCH and the city recently designated for affordable housing in the Chantrelle Sub…

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The Bellevue City Council on Monday approved a budget of $5,421,816 for fiscal year 2023, nearly 2% higher than last year, amid uncertainties regarding inflation and the cost of hiring new staff to fill vacancies in city departments.

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The Bellevue City Council will hold a public hearing today, Aug. 8, on a proposed $5,421,816 budget for fiscal year 2023. The draft budget has provisions for a 5% cost of living increase for city staff and an increase of tens of thousands of dollars for the Community Development Department, …

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The Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission will review a rezone application, conditional use permit and design review for a proposed new Karl Malone’s M&M Powersports, LLC, an auto dealership on 13.3 acres at the northwest corner of state Highway 75 and Kirtley Street.

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After more than three hours of presentations and discussion on Monday, the Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission decided to extend a public hearing on a conditional use permit for a new phase of development at Strahorn Subdivision in Slaughterhouse Canyon into another session.

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Budget hearings began on Monday in Bellevue, with elected officials calling for increased pay and increased funding for the high cost of fuel and infrastructure materials, as well as funding to hire a new city code enforcement officer.

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The Bellevue City Council approved on Monday a text amendment to the city’s building code that eliminates a requirement that multi-family dwellings on smaller than 6,000-square-foot lots in the General Residential district can only be developed by an affordable-housing entity such as ARCH Co…

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The St. Luke’s Health System, St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation and ARCH Community Housing Trust took another step Friday toward completing a 12-unit workforce-housing initiative announced in partnership last fall.

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The Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission will consider Wednesday, June 22, at 5:30 p.m., granting a variance to a Riverside Estates property owner that would allow him to build closer than 100 feet from the Big Wood River.

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Following a successful vote on the May ballot to implement the city’s first local-option tax, Bellevue hotels, motels and short-term rental properties of 30 days or fewer will begin facing a 3% tax that will be paid to the city.

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The Bellevue Urban Renewal Agency recently dedicated approximately $30,000 for new equipment for three Bellevue Parks. City Councilman Doug Brown said 10 dog waste stations, six steel benches, and five “super-duty” steel picnic tables are set to arrive on June 15.

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Bellevue residents will decide on May 17 whether to support a new tax on hotel, motel and short-term rentals to raise money to fix and maintain city streets. The Bellevue Mayor and City Council are hoping voters will support a ballot initiative that would establish the city’s first-ever loca…