Hayden Homes’ Voyage Crossing subdivision in north Caldwell has been so successful that the builder is planning a second phase, this one much larger than the first. Voyage Crossing North, which the City Council approved Tuesday, will have 157 homes on a little less than 40 acres north of Franklin Road-U.S. 26 and east of Interstate 84. That council annexed that property as part of its approval of the project. Jarom Wagoner, Caldwell’s senior planner, said Hayden hopes to start building this year.
A big crowd stood, cheered and clapped as the Nampa City Council voted shortly before midnight Tuesday to stop a proposal to sell part of the Ford Idaho Horse Park. The crowd numbered in the dozens more than five hours after the council meeting began. It was full of horse people. Many are leaders or supporters of the Snake River Stampede, a century-old rodeo that’s been a tenant of the horse park and adjacent Ford Idaho Center since the venue was built 20 years ago.
Two separate companies are interested in building a food-processing plant on city of Nampa-owned land in the Ford Idaho Horse Park east of the Ford Idaho Center. A plant by either one would entail private investment of as much as $85 million and jobs for dozens of people, said Beth Ineck, the city’s economic development director. But it would lop 10 acres off the 110 used by one of the Northwest’s top showplaces for horse events.
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