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Nampa P&Z cites density in opposing senior housing plan (access required)

The Nampa Planning & Zoning Commission on April 12 voted 3-2 against a proposed senior housing development with 23 single-story attached units in seven structures. Pride LLC wants to build the project on 8.6 acres at 16439 11th Ave. N. ...

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Primary Health to open new Boise clinic

Primary Health is opening a new medical clinic in Boise. Plans call for a one-story 5,500-square-foot, wood-frame building with stucco and cultured stone at 1197 West Fairview Ave. CM Company of Boise is the general contractor. Larson Architects of Garden ...

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Supervalu 4Q net income slips on softer sales

Grocer Supervalu Inc.’s fiscal fourth-quarter net income dipped 2 percent, partly weighed down by softer sales and store closings. The earnings topped Wall Street expectations. Supervalu stock surged $1.42, or 16 percent, to $10.50 in premarket trading. The stock has ...

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Alaskan investors buy N. Idaho speedway

POST FALLS – An Alaska company has stepped into buy the State Line Speedway in northern Idaho. Track officials confirmed recently that Competitive Edge LLC, based in North Pole, Alaska, acquired the 37-year-old speedway from Walt and Joe Doellefeld. Terms ...

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Retail, office vacancy drop in Q1

Retail and office vacancy dropped in the first quarter in the Boise-Nampa metro area, the Colliers International real estate firm said in a new report. Retail vacancy dropped from 13.6 percent at the end of 2010 to 13.4 percent at ...

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School seismic upgrades: ‘Every building is different’

Seismic upgrades and renovations at Boise’s Roosevelt Elementary School, originally built in 1919, are nearing completion. Chris Wendrowski, Boise School District facilities and operations administrator, said a determination about whether a building needs seismic strengthening is based on a review ...

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Idaho geothermal company clears loan milestone

An Idaho-based geothermal energy company said it’s cleared a key hurdle required for it to get a nearly $97 million federal loan guarantee for the 23-megawatt project it’s building in the Oregon desert. U.S. Geothermal said April 11 it’s gotten ...

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