Quantcast
Home / News / Law & Government (page 81)

Law & Government

Idaho Faces-Week of 11/22/10

Title One adds four new employees TitleOne has hired four new workers. Justin Stutz has been hired as an escrow assistant. He has worked in title and escrow since 2000 and has experience in residential, new construction and development segments ...

Read More »

Nuke site rezone hearing set (access required)

The Payette County Planning & Zoning Commission has set a public hearing Dec. 2 on part of Alternate Energy Holdings’ plan to build a nuclear power plant near the corner of Big Willow and Stone Quarry roads northeast of New ...

Read More »

ConocoPhillips makes moves ahead of Highway 12 load hearing (access required)

ConocoPhillips promises it won’t hold Idaho responsible for loss related to shipping four oversized loads from the Port of Lewiston across U.S. 12 to Montana. In an agreement issued Nov. 18, company officials said issuing of permits by the transportation ...

Read More »

Tax proposals discussed as legislative session approaches (access required)

House Revenue & Taxation Committee chairman Rep. Dennis Lake, R-Blackfoot, has heard an unusual amount of tax talk as the legislative session approaches. Some people think raising taxes could address the expected budget shortfall for the coming fiscal year. Others ...

Read More »

Land Board approves Tamarack lease dispute

Tamarack’s ski season is one step closer to becoming a reality. On Nov. 16, the Idaho Land Board approved a settlement of a lease dispute that allows homeowners in the Tamarack Municipal Association to conduct a $1.5 million ski season ...

Read More »

Intermountain Gas forecasts modest demand gain

Demand flattened in the last couple of years for Idaho utilities, which is why Intermountain Gas forecasts low growth in its most recent plan adjustment, said Public Utilities Commission Staff Director Randy Lobb. Intermountain Gas Co. submitted a five-year demand ...

Read More »

ITD sets petitioners’ hearing Nov. 19 on U.S. 12 oversized loads (access required)

A hearing on whether four oversized loads of refinery equipment can be moved along scenic U.S. 12, in north Idaho, will be Nov. 19. The Idaho Transportation Department hearing gives plan opponents the chance to intervene and challenge the permits ...

Read More »