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

The 4,000-square-foot building—which housed Copy & Print up until last year—was constructed in the 1960s across from the Hailey Public Library and Hailey City Hall.

It was acquired in August 2021 through the city’s $950,000 purchase of a quarter-block of land behind City Hall. Voters later turned down a measure from the City Council three months later that would have reimbursed the city for its purchase by increasing property taxes by about $20 per $100,000 value annually.

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