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JUMP clears lot across Myrtle for more parking (access required)

The dirt lot across Myrtle Street from the five-level JUMP garage will become… more parking for JUMP. Earth movers in recent days have been shifting dirt around, raising questions about what was happing on that undeveloped lot. It had served ...

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Last beam in place for St. Luke’s Children’s Pavilion; next up a sky bridge (access required)

The Idaho Elks Children’s Pavilion at St. Luke’s structure is in place now, having arisen from a 36-foot deep hole since July-August 2017. The final steel beam at the highest point was installed the week of Oct. 22, a week ...

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Committee recommends Idaho allow autonomous vehicles (access required)

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A gubernatorial committee on autonomous vehicles has issued a draft report recommending Idaho allow their testing and deployment, but with sidebars to ensure roadways remain safe for everyone, including pedestrians and bicyclists. The most recent meeting, held on Oct. 16, ...

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CCDC gets ready to embark on two new urban renewal districts (access required)

With 30 years of official urban renewal ended Sept. 30 in the heart of downtown Boise, the Capital City Development Corp. is now simultaneously embarking on two new, very different urban renewal districts. CCDC by the end of the year ...

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Breakfast Series report – Urban in Idaho: Smart planning for future growth (access required)

Introduction Idaho is growing fast, by some counts faster than any other state, and the growth is concentrated in the southwestern counties. The population boom brings prosperity, change and challenges. For instance, this summer, the median price for Canyon and ...

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Secretary of State’s office rolls out new business software

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Saying it would bring the business portion of his office into the 21st century, Secretary of State Lawerence Denney announced new business filing software. “We’re ready for business at the speed of business,” he said. The SOS Enterprise software, produced ...

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