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Dressed for success (access required)

I’m dressing down these days. During my first six months at the Idaho Business Review I wore a shirt, tie and nice slacks (love that word) all the time, except for chinos on a busy deadline day or an occasional ...

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Budget requests make up for lean years (access required)

Idaho sales and income tax collections have been running a bit above projections since the fiscal year started in July. That trend slowed in November, but the state still has a budget surplus, Idaho Division of Financial Management Administrator Brad ...

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Otter to outline budget priorities Jan. 8 (access required)

Idaho Gov.-elect C.L. “Butch” Otter hasn’t yet detailed his budget priorities for the 2007 Idaho Legislature. He is scheduled to deliver his State of the State and Budget Address to the Legislature at noon Jan. 8. Otter campaigned on priorities ...

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Q & A — Lance Reiber, Treasure Valley Litho owner (access required)

Lance Reiber is the owner of Treasure Valley Litho, a Boise printing company he started in 1986. He launched the business with five employees, and has grown it gradually to 16 today. How did you get started in this business? ...

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IBR names Women of Year 

Representatives of the Idaho Business Review have announced the 25 winners of the 2007 Women of the Year Award. Winners will be honored during an event at the Boise Centre on the Grove on Feb. 22. The Idaho Business Review ...

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Public-transit funding, air quality top Boise Metro Chamber’s legislative agenda (access required)

Public-transit funding, Treasure Valley air quality and community college development are among Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce priorities for the 2007 Idaho Legislature. The Chamber’s agenda, released Dec. 14, contains transportation, education and economic-development components. Transportation Expanded local-option taxing authority ...

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IACI: Legislature should revisit personal prop. tax, homeowner’s exemption (access required)

Phasing out the tax that counties charge on personal property will be a priority in the 2007 legislative session for the Idaho Association of Commerce & Industry. “Some states, as an economic-development tool, have removed the personal property tax,” IACI ...

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Carnegie building up for lease (access required)

St. Michael’s Episcopal Cathedral is looking for tenants for the old Carnegie Public Library building in downtown Boise. The library was built in 1905 and commissioned by steel baron Andrew Carnegie, according to Ray Frechette of NAI Kowallis & Mackey, ...

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ROUNDUP (6553) (access required)

Sprinkler Supply of Idaho leased 1,486 square feet at 2515 Sundance Drive, Nampa. Move-in is anticipated Jan. 1. Chris Pearson of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate represented the property owner. Black Hawk Customs, which sells parts, accessories and apparel ...

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