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Boise Airport expands a storm water retention pond (access required)

Boise Airport has been working since Aug. 20 on expanding the storm water retention pond next to Firehawk Helicopters along Wright Street. The $148,000 work will expand the 15,000-cubic-yard retention pond to 21,000 cubic yards to accommodate unusual storm events ...

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Million-square-foot industrial park headed to Boise’s Eisenman Road (access required)

A Utah developer intends to build a 1-million-square-foot industrial park on Boise’s southeastern edge at Interstate 84 and Eisenman Road. The 159-acre Boise Gateway Industrial Park property would be leased on city-owned land that wraps around the south and east sides ...

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Kuna Post Office will move into Freedom Fitness building

The new Kuna Post Office will come with some architectural flair. The U.S. Postal Service announced Aug. 31 it will move its Kuna office into the Freedom Fitness building on Wythe Creek Court. Freedom Fitness, meanwhile, plans to build a ...

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Twin Falls archway committee is about halfway there (access required)

Members of a committee raising money to build an archway into the Twin Falls historic downtown district say they’re about halfway toward meeting a revenue goal that’s ballooned to $300,000. The Twin Falls Archway Committee first met in November 2016, ...

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Donations save small downtown Emmett park (access required)

A small impromptu park at downtown Emmett’s main intersection was recently acquired by the Kiwanis Club of Emmett. The Kiwanis Aug. 16 acquisition with a donated $40,000 resolves the potential loss to development of this .33 acre Pioneer Park at ...

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Report: Idaho construction wages are rising in response to worker shortage (access required)

A national survey of construction companies reveals that Idaho employers are raising wages to attract more workers. The Associated General Contractors of America in a June-July-August survey of more than 2,500 construction companies determined 60 percent of construction companies said ...

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