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Urban renewal district aims to bring life to Kuna’s downtown (access required)

Rich Cardoza, who owns an insurance business in Kuna, recalls looking out his office window last summer to see two girls riding their horses down the sidewalk. Another day, it was three dogs and a goat, all trailing leashes. Cardoza ...

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New Boise charter school secures building for fall classes (access required)

A new Boise charter school that hopes to build a new school in three years has found a temporary home. The Village Charter School is leasing space from Faith Evangelical Church at 219 N. Roosevelt St. and will open its ...

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Several construction projects planned for Julia Davis Park (access required)

A new pavilion and restrooms are the first of several construction projects planned over the next two years at Boise’s Julia Davis Park. Construction of the agriculture pavilion and restrooms will begin in May, with expected completion in September, in ...

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Boise locomotive plant to build more units

Boise’s locomotive manufacturing plant is slated to build more units. Wabtec Corp.’s MotivePower subsidiary signed a contract to build 22 new locomotives for CBH Group, a leading handler and exporter of grain in Australia. MotivePower will build them at its ...

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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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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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Boise engineering firm specializes in refrigeration system design (access required)

As companies look at ways of increasing energy efficiency in their buildings, a Boise engineering firm is designing efficient refrigeration systems specifically for supermarket chains. Boise-based CTA Architects Engineers specializes in large systems that focus on efficiency in fans, lights, ...

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