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Commercial, town home project proposed in W. Meridian (access required)

Commercial buildings and town homes are proposed on 11 acres at the southeast corner of Ten Mile Road and Pine Avenue, in western Meridian. If approved by city officials, The Courtyards at Ten Mile “will be a quality and compatible ...

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Whitetail resort in McCall – angling for smaller fish (access required)

Owners of Whitetail, an upscale lodging, dining and golf resort that opened on Payette Lake a year ago, are broadening their marketing in an effort to keep the doors open year-round. Whitetail reopened May 15, having closed last October after ...

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Extended Systems complies with rules requiring independent boards (access required)

Five of the eight members of the Extended Systems Inc. Board of Directors resigned from the board recently to comply with upcoming changes in corporate governance rules. The Nasdaq stock market, on which Extended trades, has proposed amending its corporate-governance ...

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Nampa aims to attract companies with high-tech system for city info (access required)

Economic-development tools soon will be added to the City of Nampa’s Geographic Information System. The GIS – which uses the satellite-based Global Positioning System and specialized computer hardware and software – shows aerial photos of land as well as characteristics ...

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Developer mulls design changes for Cathedral Place (access required)

Cathedral Place, an apartment and parking complex planned in north Boise for a year and a half, probably will move forward with several design changes, but a new timetable for the project has not been set. Boise developer Jim Tomlinson, ...

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14-acre complex set for Meridian, Overland roads (access required)

A $10 million commercial development comprising 11 buildings, tagged Southern Springs, has been proposed for the southeast corner of Meridian and Overland roads in Meridian. Boise-area developers Roger Michener and Lawrence Ross said last week they hope to start construction ...

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Commentary: National no-call list could foretell anti-spam action (access required)

Use the Internet to protect your privacy? I know that seems like an oxymoronic proposition, but it’s possible. Unfortunately, I am not talking about eliminating that plague of the Internet itself, unsolicited commercial email. Despite the best efforts of Internet ...

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Former Boise-based furniture company to become mini-mall (access required)

The owner of Snake River Pool & Spa has purchased the former Madison’s Fine Furniture building at Orchard and Clark streets and plans to relocate his business there and turn the building into the Orchard Center Mall. Jim Paxton confirmed ...

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Boise Towne Square sees few changes a year into new ownership (access required)

A year after its acquisition of Boise Towne Square, the mall’s new owners say customer traffic remains strong while prospective tenants continue to knock daily on its doors. General Growth Properties, a Chicago-based, publicly traded shopping center developer (NYSE:GGP), purchased ...

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Mediation, arbitration getting more common in Idaho and in nation (access required)

Something happened on the way to court: Many disputes were first settled in mediation or arbitration. These alternative forms of dispute resolution have become increasingly common in Idaho and nationally. A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision could likely lead to ...

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