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NAMPA — An Amazon delivery station is in the works in northern Nampa, but it's not what some residents are expecting. 

A building permit filed Oct. 8 with the city of Nampa announced a $373,000 Amazon modular delivery station will be developed at 1411 Third Ave. N. It is not the same site of Project Bronco, which some have speculated will become an Amazon distribution warehouse. 

Officials could not be reached Friday to provide comment on whether the two developments are linked, or give details on the delivery station. 

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The permit report said the delivery station will process packages for final delivery. The site sits next to the Franklin Boulevard exit on Interstate 84. About three miles away from the proposed delivery station on Third Avenue North.

Project Bronco, approved for development in July, will be an 850,000-square-foot warehouse on 111 acres near the Lactalis factory on the corner of East Franklin and Star roads. Officials have estimated it will create about 2,000 jobs in Nampa. A plan review status log on Nampa's website showed the project is valued at $188 million. 

Erin Bamer is the city of Nampa reporter. Contact her at 208-465-8193, or ebamer@idahopress.com. Follow on Twitter @ErinBamer. 

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