Meridian Idaho Temple
Following is a collection of news items that have been appeared on the News page for the Meridian Idaho Temple. To share your latest news for the temple, please send an e-mail.
October 24, 2013
Construction Approval Upheld for Meridian Idaho TempleAt the end of a four-hour public hearing last night, construction approval for the Meridian Idaho Temple was upheld by the Ada County commissioners in a 2-0 vote. A resident had filed an appeal on the grounds that the project would create an adverse impact on the enjoyment of her property.
October 20, 2013
Public Hearing Scheduled for Meridian Idaho TempleOn Wednesday, October 23, a public hearing will be held for the Meridian Idaho Temple due to an appeal that was filed after the project was approved by the Ada County Planning and Zoning Commission on August 8. The temple site is located on N Linder Rd, just north of Chinden Blvd.
August 9, 2013
Planning Commission Approves Meridian Idaho TempleIt was standing room only at a public hearing held last night for the Meridian Idaho Temple. Supporters turned out in droves for the 4½-hour meeting, which resulted in a 3-2 vote in favor of the temple plans with a restriction on lighting after 10:00 p.m. limited to ground level.
May 15, 2013
Rendering Released for the Meridian Idaho TempleThe official rendering of the Meridian Idaho Temple has been released in conjunction with a neighborhood meeting held as part of the government approval process. The multi-level temple will be topped with a beautiful gold dome supporting a gold-leafed statue of the angel Moroni
December 19, 2011
Meridian Idaho Temple to Stand on North Linder RoadThe Church has designated the location of the Meridian Idaho Temple as 7345 N Linder Rd, just north of the intersection of N Linder Rd and Chinden Blvd. The Meridian temple and Boise Idaho Temple—currently undergoing renovation—will both serve members in the Treasure Valley.
"To you who are worthy and able to attend the temple, I would admonish you to go often. The temple is a place where we can find peace. There we receive a renewed dedication to the gospel and a strengthened resolve to keep the commandments."
—Thomas S. Monson
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