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Apartment vacancy down in Ada County (access required)

Occupancy in Ada County apartment complexes is down from a year earlier, and rents are a bit higher, the Oct. 1 Ada Real Estate Surveys report says. The improvement in occupancy started last year and solidified last spring, said survey ...

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Industrial vacancy drops slightly (access required)

Industrial building vacancy has dropped in southwest Idaho since mid-year, helped by business expansions and a lack of speculative construction, said Boise-based industrial property brokers Jake Tucker and Steve Foster of Colliers International. Vacancy rose from 10.9 percent at the ...

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Receiver sought for foreclosed Eagle fitness building (access required)

The building leased by Idaho Athletic Club on Plaza Drive in Eagle is subject to a lawsuit in Ada County. A lender wants the court to appoint a receiver who would collect the rent Idaho Athletic is paying and apply ...

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MWI Vet Supply reports higher earnings, revenue (access required)

MWI Veterinary Supply Inc. on Nov. 3 reported higher revenues and earnings in its fourth quarter and fiscal year, from a year earlier. Expenses increased, in part because of increased headcount. Compared to the fourth quarter of last year, revenues ...

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Nampa Canyon Plaza to see more construction (access required)

More construction is planned at Nampa Canyon Plaza. The shopping center at the northwest corner of Karcher Road and Nampa-Caldwell Boulevard has WinCo Foods, Shopko and a new Hastings store among occupants. A multi-tenant retail building of 6,000 to 7,000 ...

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Federal judge to decide whether Atlanta Gold should clean unused mine entry (access required)

Atlanta Gold Corp. has asked Idaho federal court judge Mikel Williams to dismiss a pollution lawsuit filed by the Idaho Conservation League and the Northwest Environmental Defense Center. A complaint filed in April says Atlanta Gold should have to clean up arsenic, ...

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Boise to take bids for permit-related wastewater improvements (access required)

  The City of Boise starting this month will take contractor bids to improve wastewater treatment plants in accordance with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency permit requirements.   EPA requires reduced phosphorous discharge from the plants, one on Joplin Road and the ...

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Meridian Development Corp. building occupancy expected soon (access required)

The Meridian Development Corp. urban renewal agency’s two-story building of 16,000 square feet is expected to be occupied around mid-November.  Eagle-based builder Wright Bros. is overseeing construction of the approximately $2.5 million building on the north side of Broadway Avenue ...

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Workers’ comp rates to rise again in 2012 (access required)

Workers’ compensation insurance rates are set to increase again. Idaho Department of Insurance Director Bill Deal on Oct. 13 approved an average rate increase of 2.9 percent for 2012, said Donna Daniel, insurance analyst with the department. The insurance pays ...

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RaboAgriFinance expands to Idaho Falls (access required)

RaboAgriFinance has expanded to Idaho Falls, where it is doing business in a temporary office while larger quarters are being completed. The business is a division of Netherlands-based Rabobank Group. RaboAgriFinance by early next year plans to occupy a 2,600-square-foot ...

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