The Kuna City Council last week accepted the official results of the November election.
The Kuna City Council will host a public hearing next month for the Robin Hood subdivision, a 116-home neighborhood in the Falcon Crest master plan.
The Kuna City Council approved on Nov. 19 annexation and preliminary plat requests for the Indian Creek at Crimson Point subdivision.
The Kuna City Council on Nov. 6 approved a rezone and subdivision request for the Athleta subdivision, a 4-acre and 57-unit townhouse development near Ten Mile Road and Crenshaw Street.
BOISE — As massive amounts of people continue to move to Ada County and population projections skyrocket, the county government is asking the public for input on how to deal with changes in the Treasure Valley.
Kuna City Council approved last week a rezone request from the Kuna Rural Fire District for a 1.63-acre property near the intersection of Cloverdale and Kuna roads.
Kuna City Council candidate forum
Last week, Kuna City Council members met with Ada County commissioners. The topic of discussion: growth.
About six miles from the heart of Kuna, among the sagebrush-studded hills off Pleasant Valley Road, sits a collection of steel-and-concrete buildings, many behind chain-link fences capped with barbed wire.
A planned 17-acre park in Kuna will be named after Helen Zamzow, the mother of Zamzows co-owners Jim and Rick Zamzow.
Taxes, specifically Idaho’s grocery tax, dominated a town hall discussion hosted by Kuna legislators this week. The burning question: why hasn’t the grocery tax been repealed this session?
While attending an informational meeting about neighborhood watch groups, Kuna legislator, Sen. Lori Den Hartog, R-Meridian, made a promise to local law enforcement.
About 90 percent of Kuna adult residents commute out of the city to work, said Robin Collins, economic development coordinator.
It’s about 6 p.m.
Richard Cardoza leans back in his chair behind his desk at Multi-Com Insurance, papers and files neatly stacked in front of him.
KUNA — The city has hired its economic development coordinator.
KUNA — This Election Day, voters were asked to select candidates to fill spots on the city council and the fire district board of commissioners.
Five people are running for two open Kuna City Council positions Nov. 7.
Kuna City Council candidate Pat Jones withdrew his candidacy Sept. 20.
Kuna voters residing in Ada and Canyon counties will see contested races on their ballots among the Kuna City Council candidates and the Kuna Rural Fire District commissioners.
KUNA SENIOR NEWS
Family Movie Night at the Kuna Library will be 6 p.m. March 6. The library will be presenting “Coco.” Free popcorn will be available.
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KUNA SENIOR NEWS
The Kuna Library would like to congratulate our Kuna Klues winner for the month of January, Cole Noteboom. Cole correctly guessed the title of the mystery book, “Danny and the Dinosaur,” by Syd Hoff. As the winner, Cole received a copy of the book. Way to go, Cole! Come to the Children’s Roo…
TAKE THE SURVEY On www.EnvisionKuna.com there is an interactive map residents and community members can click and submit comments on. Comments will be accepted through Sept. 30. The website states: Here is the type of feedback we are looking for (Comment period ends Sept 30th): What do you l…
KUNA — Three more residents declared candidacy for city council.
KUNA — The city council approved a $26.7 million budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
KUNA — Two more residents have declared candidacy in the Nov. 7 election for Kuna City Council seats.
KUNA — Community members are asked to give their input on Kuna’s Comprehensive Plan updates to the city.
KUNA — The city will receive a $15,000 play space grant from the National Recreation and Park Association and The Walt Disney Company.
KUNA — A public hearing for a proposed 52-unit subdivision is scheduled for the July 5 City Council meeting.
KUNA — The Kuna Art Commission is looking for artists to donate America and Americana-themed art work to be displayed in city hall.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador on Tuesday joined the growing list of candidates running for Idaho governor in 2018, entering the fray just days after a comment on health care access drew criticism.
KUNA – The Kuna City Council did not authorize the city clerk to use a GoFundMe campaign to raise $60,000 in donations for the city's Downtown Revitalization Project, but will consider to authorize the project in a future meeting.