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Some fear ID private water summit too secretive (access required)

Farmers, city officials and business people plan to meet Tuesday in Burley for Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter's water summit, hoping to solve an impasse over eastern Idaho water shortages at an all-day meeting that will include “closed-door caucuses and private ...

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Contracts Awarded (access required)

Beniton Construction, Meridian, was awarded a contract for West Junior High School at 8371 W. Salt Creek St., Boise. Cost estimate: $20.3 million. Chaney Stotts Construction, Caldwell, was awarded a contract for an office building at Dearborn Street and Fifth ...

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Great tech magazine from MIT (access required)

What would happen if the collective talent of researchers, engineers and enthusiasts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology put their heads together and got into publishing? The result would be Technology Review, which “aims to promote the understanding of emerging ...

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Bid Briefs (access required)

An Idaho Veterans Cemetery visitor center is planned at 10101 N. Horseshoe Bend Road near Eagle. Details of the 463-square-foot project are available from Chad Slichter, Slichter Architects, 6613 Ustick Road, Boise, Idaho 83704. A bid opining is scheduled at ...

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Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISEPERMIT/TYPE    OWNER    BUILDER    LOCATION    VALUE00839-comm. misc.    Hungry Howie’s Pizza    not listed    10870 W. Fairview Ave.    3,00003202-tenant improvement    Albertsons    Bob Cafferty Builders    250 E. Parkcenter Blvd.    130,00000186-comm. misc    Target Corporation    not listed    6280 N. Eagle Rd.    260,00000825-commercial   ...

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Roundup (access required)

WinCo Foods LLC last week started construction of a 92,000-square-foot discount grocery store building on the north side of State Street between Old Horseshoe Bend Road and Idaho 55, Eagle. WinCo expects to open the store early next year, spokesman ...

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Idaho Cobalt project by no means cheap – or quick (access required)

Mining requires deep digging. Planning a mine requires deep pockets. And patience. If construction of the Idaho Cobalt Project starts in October or November as its backer hopes, the company will have spent nearly eight years securing permits, not counting ...

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Commercial building slow in Pocatello now, but just wait (access required)

Commercial building was slow in the first quarter for Pocatello, but that’s just because the city is still waiting on its biggest project of the year. Building Official Lynn Transtrum said the building department is still waiting to issue the ...

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