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For the week of April 10 - 16 , 2002

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Paulís Market plans new store in Hailey


By PETER BOLTZ
Express Staff Writer

An old player in the Wood River Valley grocery market may soon be on a new playing field.

On March 27, the same day the new Hailey Albertsonís grocery opened, Paul Zatica, owner of Paulís Market, submitted two applications to the city of Hailey that could lead to a new store on South Main Street.

The location of the proposed 35,800-square foot building and parking lot would be built on is the entire block between Main and River streets and Maple and Chestnut streets.

The Hitchrack Motel, three residences and an empty lot make up the current uses of the block.

It will cost Zatica almost $2.5 million to buy the property, according to real estate purchase and sale agreements on file at Hailey City Hall.

The owners of the block are Gary and Cynthia Carr, Kurt E. Eichstaedt and Moyra Riggen.

But a new Paulís is contingent on the two applications, which will be heard at the Hailey Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on May 7, a tentative date.

One application is for vacating the alley on the property.

The other is for a rezone of the western half of the block from general residential to business.

 


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