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Boise City Council cancels Eyrie Terraces site visit (access required)

The Boise city council at its Dec. 4 special meeting.

BOISE — The Boise City Council voted to cancel its Dec. 10 visit to the site of the proposed Eyrie Terraces subdivision on Dec. 4 at a noontime special meeting but will go ahead with their Dec. 10 meeting on whether to ...

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State historic preservation tax credit already dead for 2020 legislative session

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Before the legislative session has even started, hopes for a state historic preservation tax credit have been dashed for another year. That’s because the Idaho State Historical Society, which would lead the effort, is a state agency under the executive ...

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Idaho National Laboratory continues progress on Small Modular Reactor (access required)

rendering of smr campus

IDAHO FALLS – Development of the next generation of nuclear power is underway at Idaho National Laboratory (INL), which could bring it closer to home. INL is working on the project with NuScale Power of Tigard, Oregon. The NuScale project is ...

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Hayden Homes creates housing grants

Hayden Homes recently announced a grant program to encourage affordable housing in Idaho, Oregon and Washington – states that have all been experiencing rapid increases in real estate prices. The Redmond, Oregon-based company established the Hayden Opportunity Fund for Housing affordability ...

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Home prices in Boise and Idaho overall are on a tear. Tops in the nation

It’s official: Home prices in Boise rose at a faster rate than in any other of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. over the 12 months ending in September, a federal agency reported Tuesday. Home prices increased 11.1%, according the ...

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Opportunity Zones boost home prices, study shows (access required)

rendering of meridian opportunity zone project

Housing prices in Opportunity Zones are generally trending up, according to a new study of the program, which aims to help disadvantaged areas. About half the zones with at least five sales saw median home prices rise more than the national increase ...

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Coeur d’Alene Airport sees new developments

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COEUR D’ALENE – Wooden boat manufacturer StanCraft Co. is constructing a 30,000-square-foot private airplane hangar at the Coeur d’Alene Airport-Pappy Boyington Field – one of a number of developments coming to the North Idaho city’s airport. But what do airplanes have to ...

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Idaho Humane Society opens new facility (access required)

After years of fundraising and development, the Idaho Humane Society has opened its new location on South Bird Street in Boise. Located near Boise’s retail hub, the 42,000-square-foot IHS includes a veterinary hospital, adoption center and public education center. The ...

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