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Downtown businesses cut off (access required)

The monthly First Thursday event in downtown Boise two weeks ago was less festive than usual. Some merchants and gallery owners were forced to refrain from the traditional free wine tastings because they did not have proper permits. The problem ...

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Gov. tours southern Idaho communities (access required)

As they handed out $2.1 million in state grants July 7, two Idaho leaders said expensive infrastructure improvements remain a key challenge for rural economies. Idaho Gov. Jim Risch, and Commerce & Labor Director Roger Madsen went on a tour ...

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Construction slows in Eagle for first half of ’06 (access required)

By Brad Carlson IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW Eagle issued 530 permits (all types) in the first half of the year, worth $85.65 million, a city-produced report said. That’s down from 668 permits worth $123.15 million a year earlier. The city approved ...

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People (access required)

Boise City Housing promotes employee to assistant director Rob Christensen is the new assistant director for administrative services at the Boise City Ada County Housing Authority. Christensen spent several years at Idaho Commerce and Labor before joining the Housing Authority ...

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Contracts Awarded (access required)

HC Co. Inc., Boise, was awarded a contract for a research and development, office and warehouse shell building in Discovery Plaza at 5777 N. Discovery Way, Boise. Cost estimate: $836,000. G B Mannisto Inc., Scottsdale, Ariz., was awarded a contract ...

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Business Calendar (access required)

MONDAY, JULY 17 Idaho Business Week, July 17-21, BSU campus. Hands-on, interactive Entrepreneur Camp for high school students to connect with like-minded students, business owners and community leaders. Information: www.iaci.org/bweek. TUESDAY, JULY 18 Patrick Rice, author of IRA Wealth – ...

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Bid Briefs (access required)

Bids are to be opened at 3:30 p.m. July 20 to re-roof the Twin Falls armory. Plans are available from Clayton Anderson, Idaho Military Division, 4040 W. Guard St., Building 600, Room 104, Boise, Idaho 83705-5004. Cost estimate: $697,000. Bids ...

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People (access required)

Engineering firm expands with 17 new employees Materials Testing and Inspection (MTI), a Boise based engineering consulting firm, has been hiring in recent months. Hires include: Elizabeth Brown (geotechnical department), Gregg Buekelman (geotechnical department), David Collins, (geotechnical department), Steve English ...

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