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Apartment vacancy rises faster than anticipated (access required)

Boise area apartment vacancy increased more than observers expected in the most recent quarter. Ada Real Estate Surveys found vacancy averaged 6.1 percent in a survey taken the second and third weeks of October – compared to averages of 2.2 ...

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Boise-based Building Materials Holding Corp. loses earnings in 3rd quarter (access required)

Building Materials Holding Corp. reported diluted earnings per share of 55 cents for the third quarter, up 2 cents from the same period of 2000. The supplier of building materials and services to builders and contractors announced higher quarterly net ...

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Boise-based ICM Equipment Co. LLC to move to larger facility (access required)

ICM Equipment Co. LLC plans to move its Boise sales and service operations to a larger building by mid-November. The Salt Lake City-based company – originally Industrial Construction and Mining Equipment Co. – employs 18 in a building of 4,000 ...

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Boise airport reports 31% drop in passengers from same month last year (access required)

The Boise airport reported a drop of more than 38,000 passengers departing Boise during September, a 31 percent drop from the same month last year. Boise Airport Manager John Anderson said that according to airport “enplanement” figures, 83,415 passengers boarded ...

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Boise-area companies participate in BSU cases studies (access required)

Here are some of the Boise-area companies that are participating in the BSU case studies or have done so in the last 18 months: * Alta Health Products, which is moving from Boise to Idaho City, formulates and distributes alternative ...

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Summit Stone gets approval to mine more gravel near Eagle Island (access required)

It took 13 studies – five on traffic, five on noise and three on dust – and many meetings before Summit Stone received Ada County approval to mine additional rock and gravel near Eagle Island. The Ada County Commission approved ...

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National retail assn. survey shows many shoppers planning to buy Halloween-related merchandise (access required)

Despite fears about the economy, shoppers are haunting stores in force to buy Halloween-related merchandise. According to a national survey by the International Mass Retail Association, three-quarters of U.S. consumers planned to shop for Halloween this year, and expected to ...

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