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Emmett-based TJT reports $1.7M net loss (access required)

Manufactured home supplier TJT Inc. of Emmett reports a net loss of $1.7 million for the fiscal year 2009. TJT President and CEO Terrence Sheldon said the company has taken actions to reduce the losses, but the recession has taken ...

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Downtown needs to continue growth (access required)

Downtown Boise Association Executive Director Karen Sander says there are still components in downtown that need to be filled to make it a live-work hub. Downtown Boise has areas of development that must be met in order to attract people ...

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BSU offers help to businesses in 2010 economic initiative (access required)

Boise State University is recruiting Idaho businesses to take part in the Spring 2010 Economic Turnaround Initiative, a program first launched in January that connects businesses and organizations with services offered by the university. “This program can provide a foundation ...

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Contracts (access required)

Cannon Builders is the apparent low bidder for E. Darlington Bridge in Custer County. Bid: $604,823. Pipeline Inspection Services is the apparent low bidder for 2010 sewer manhole retrofits, Meridian. Bid: $54,045. Legrand Johnson Construction is the apparent low bidder ...

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Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITSCITY OF BOISEPERMIT/TYPE    OWNER    BUILDER    LOCATION    VALUE02041-alteration    New Albertson’s Inc    Bighorn Group     250 E Parkcenter Blvd    20,00002100-alteration    St Alphonsus Reg Med Cen Inc    not listed    1055 N Curtis Rd    85,00002107-alteration    Romios of WA LLC    not listed    535 N ...

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ASARCO settlement to provide millions for Bunker Hill restoration (access required)

The Bunker Hill Superfund Facility in the Coeur d’Alene Basin of Northern Idaho is among eight sites in a settlement with ASARCO LLC, a North American mining conglomerate, for clean up of environmental damages. The settlement, about $194 million, is ...

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Idaho Power reaches new winter peak in demand (access required)

Idaho Power Co. on Dec. 10 reached a new winter system peak in demand for electricity: 2,527 megawatts. That beat the previous winter peak, 2,468 MW, which the company hit early Dec. 9. The company’s winter peak prior to the ...

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U.S. Geothermal signs power purchase agreement with Idaho Power (access required)

Boise-based renewable energy developer U.S. Geothermal has signed its second power purchase agreement with Idaho Power, arranging for the sale of 25 megawatts generated at the Neal Hot Springs geothermal plant in eastern Oregon. The agreement, which now goes before ...

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Foreclosure buying assistance available (access required)

Buyers of foreclosed homes in Caldwell and Twin Falls County can now get up to $40,000 in assistance from Idaho Housing and Finance Association. The money is a 0 percent due-on-sale loan that can be used for closing costs, interest ...

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Bids (access required)

Council High School and Council Elementary School re-roofing projects, 2010. Bids 3 p.m. Dec. 14 to Council School District. Garden Valley Library construction. Bids 2 p.m. Dec. 15 to Garden Valley Free District Library. Joe R. Williams Building HVAC upgrades, ...

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