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Idaho developer takes insight to D.C.

Testifying before two U.S. House of Representatives committees Feb. 26, an Idaho developer urged for government action to help loosen the credit markets. David Turnbull, president of Eagle-based Brighton Corp., told the House committees on Financial Services and Small Business ...

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Eagle Mayor Phil Bandy resigns (access required)

Eagle Mayor Phil Bandy has announced his resignation to city staff, effective March 11. A March 1 press release from the city states it was a difficult decision for Bandy, but the mayor “felt it was in the best interest ...

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Southeast Idaho gets taste of foreclosure ills (access required)

When it comes to home foreclosures, southeast Idaho is no Treasure Valley. In Ada County, one in every 29 homeowners received a notice of default on a home loan in 2009 – that’s 3.4 percent. In Bonneville County (southeast Idaho’s ...

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Report predicts 2013 return to normal for Boise homebuilding (access required)

While some parts of the economy are finding their way back on track, homebuilding is still far from normal. A new report from BuildIdaho.com and Organizational Genetics looks at trends for 20 different performance measures – some local and some ...

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Restaurateurs persevere locally in dour economy (access required)

Jeremy Aevermann was running on very little sleep in the weeks leading up to the Feb. 9 opening of his new restaurant, Solid, located on Broad Street in Boise’s BoDo district. Occupying an airy, 7,500-square-foot space, which most recently housed ...

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