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Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISE PERMIT/TYPE    OWNER    BUILDER    LOCATION    VALUE 03344-comm. alteration    S & G Investments LLP    Robert Cooper Const.    2139 S. Broadway Ave.    25,000 03220-comm. alteration    Franklin Towne Plaza LLC    EKC Inc.    8001 W. Franklin Rd.    450,000 03284-comm. alteration   ...

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State wants to ease penalty on unemployment tax reports (access required)

Employers late to file quarterly unemployment insurance tax reports must pay a civil penalty. According to the Idaho Department of Commerce and Labor, that dollar amount is too high. The department is behind a bill in the Idaho Legislature that ...

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Commission seeks to clarify non-resident partnership tax (access required)

The Idaho State Tax Commission wants to clarify state law on how non-residents participating in partnerships are taxed on stock and bond income. The Idaho House of Representatives on  Jan. 23 passed House Bill 15. If it becomes law, the ...

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Educators make their case to Legislature (access required)

Last week was education week at the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee in the Idaho Statehouse. Laird Stone, president of the state board of education, testified in front of the committee Monday morning, followed by the president of Idaho State ...

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UI’s White agrees with need to keep (access required)

University of Idaho President Tim White didn’t see any advantage of being the last university president to present to the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee. The University of Idaho has different goals for the coming year than Idaho’s other two ...

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Retail boom likely to continue in Valley (access required)

Retail brokers aren’t forecasting any cooling for the Treasure Valley area. The momentum of national retailers coming to Boise is likely to continue, said Ramona Hildebran of Capital Commercial Properties. “Pedigreed national retail tenants and companies have determined that Boise ...

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Tech industry needs its own voice (access required)

After Idaho Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter rejected the $50 million in new spending recommended by the Science and Technology Advisory Council, IBR managing editor John Foster opined that “Idaho’s tech community is on its own. And that’s not necessarily a ...

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You, too, can be a good real estate client (access required)

Commercial Real Estate Professionals work on a commission basis. This means if they don’t close a deal, they don’t get paid, so: Be considerate of their time Once you have selected a Realtor to work with, be loyal. If at ...

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Otter’s speech to state chambers of commerce (access required)

Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter stayed focused on the legislative priorities he shares with the Idaho Chamber Alliance when he spoke at their annual luncheon today. Otter presented his ideas for economic development to an audience that included state legislators and ...

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Local option taxes? BizExpo participants respond with an (access required)

The Idaho Business League held its annual Idaho Business & Technology Expo last week, which included seminars, a job fair and a trade show with booths for local businesses. We asked businesspeople at BizExpo whether they support local option taxes. ...

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