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The Hailey Planning & Zoning Commission will continue deliberations on Monday, Sept. 19, concerning the design of a large residential infill project along McKercher Boulevard.

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The Hailey City Council on Monday unanimously approved an ordinance setting a 20-mph speed limit for e-bikes on city pathways and the Blaine County Recreation District bike path, along with a set of rules governing the use of other battery-powered vehicles—bringing the city’s motorized-vehic…

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The cities of Ketchum, Sun Valley and Hailey are officially launching their joint program designed to incentivize property owners to convert short-term rentals into long-term housing for local employees

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The Hailey City Council will review a preliminary plat application tonight from Utah-based developer Kilgore Properties that, if approved, would initiate the second phase of construction on a 137-unit expansion of Woodside’s Sweetwater Community.

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The Hailey Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday approved a 37-space parking lot at 306 and 308 S. River St. for FAPO Holdings Idaho, LLC.

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The Hailey City Council introduced an ordinance on Monday that—if approved after two more readings—would expand the city’s higher-density Downtown Residential Overlay district, or “DRO,” from Main Street one block east to First Avenue.

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A large multifamily housing project failed to win approval from the Hailey Planning and Zoning Commission last week—more than three months after its introduction to the board—primarily over its unknown impact to the local water supply.

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The Hailey City Council on Monday opposed a petition from Sunbeam developer Ed Dumke to reduce the neighborhood’s unit count from 147 to 132 and add more street frontage—both modifications intended to create larger, more separated single-family lots.

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The developer behind Hailey’s up-and-coming Sunbeam Subdivision has submitted a request to the city to reduce the total number of residential units from 147 to 132 units.

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The Hailey City Council approved preliminary plat applications for two new blocks within the Quigley Farms subdivision Monday, July 25, green-lighting the neighborhood’s second phase of construction that should see 28 residential units added at the mouth of Quigley Canyon.

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The Blaine County Planning and Zoning Commission on July 7 once again declined to cast a vote in favor of or against a planned-unit development application that would subdivide a large section of Quigley Canyon into 24 lots and more than 500 acres of preserved open space, citing uncertainty …

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The Blaine County Planning and Zoning Commission on July 7 once again declined to cast a vote in favor of or against a planned-unit development application that would subdivide a large section of Quigley Canyon into 24 lots and more than 500 acres of preserved open space, citing a lack of su…

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The Blaine County School District Board of Trustees will meet at 6 p.m. in regular session on Tuesday, July 19, at the Community Campus to consider asking the city of Hailey to annex a pair of district-owned lots considered ideal for workforce housing. 

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The Hailey City Council last week agreed to accept a $33,500 grant from the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality for a pilot food scrap composting project that would install three solar-powered composting bins in well-trafficked locations across the city.

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Voters have officially renamed Hailey’s old post office building at 116 S. River St. “Hailey Town Center West,” the city announced Monday.

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A group of some 50 people brought a new twist to the Hailey Days of the Old West Parade to celebrate Independence Day on Monday, marching with signs to advocate for reproductive rights and against the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision last month to overturn Roe v. Wade.