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Rivers’ CCDC project calls for less workforce housing (access required)

Developer Mark Rivers’ final proposal to develop property owned by Capital City Development Corp. contains a smaller percentage of workforce housing units than the agency asked for. The agenda bill attached to CCDC’s Workforce Housing Task Force Report states that ...

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My dream (access required)

Make some time today to find a quiet moment and listen to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s most well-known speech. The latest issue of the New Yorker magazine has a story by Katherine Boo about the struggles of a rough ...

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Food processor Rite Stuff sees growth spurt (access required)

Rite Stuff Foods is in growth mode. The food processor that in 1999 moved from Commerce City, Calif., to Idaho is adding equipment and shifts at its plant at 2155 S. Lincoln Ave. in Jerome. It’s also settling into a ...

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Liquid Realty, other developers, busy off Karcher Road (access required)

A couple of years ago, when it became apparent that the long-talked-about Karcher Road Interchange would be built, principals in Liquid Realty Inc. started buying nearby land. Now the company has four projects in the works or planned. Several other ...

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Ahhhh (access required)

Q & A with Debbi Murphy, director of Santé Spa at Tamarack Resort

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Downtown housing good for employees, employers (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. adopted a workforce housing policy Jan. 8 that commits the agency to provide resources to support workforce housing programs and projects. CCDC defines workforce housing as housing priced so people making 80 to 140 percent ...

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The week ahead (access required)

Paul J and Chris from KBOI This will be a busy week for the BizBlog. (Say that five times, fast.) I have a lot to talk/blog/write about, and I’ll get started Monday at 8:30 a.m. during my now-regular weekly slot ...

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How do you define 'technology?' (access required)

I’m still plowing through the technology section the Idaho Statesman published yesterday. (I would link to it if I could find it on their site. Hilarious.) But it’s got me thinking about how we in business journalism define that word ...

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