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Nampa property manager 4-U closes, may owe funds (access required)

4-U Property Management closed recently, and some former clients say the company owes them money. The manager of rental homes was in business at 312 3rd St. S. in downtown Nampa. Randy Stepleton and his wife, Linda Horn, were the ...

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Not verifying citizenship of workers may be costly (ICR) (access required)

Gene O’Dell had no idea one of his subcontractors was owned by an illegal immigrant. When he first started doing business with the company, he asked to see the employer’s W-9 form. But he said he didn’t know how to ...

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Demand increases for hardwood floors in Valley (ICR) (access required)

Today’s flooring trends seem to indicate that customers are putting their foot down on some pretty hard surfaces, according to Treasure Valley area flooring companies. Rob Nelson, CEO of Rob’s R and R Hardwood Floors in Boise, said hardwood floors ...

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Otter budget calls for Commerce and Labor Department split (access required)

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter wants to split the Department of Commerce and Labor, and he’s putting the state’s money where his mouth is. The governor’s budget calls for separate departments beginning July 1, 2007, Department of Commerce and Labor spokesman ...

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CCDC agreements require tax-equivalent payments (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. lease with the University of Idaho Foundation, which required the Foundation to pay funds equivalent to property taxes it would have paid had it been for-profit, was an unusual deal for the agency. CCDC has ...

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BSU Bronco Stadium expansion tops list of Layton projects in Boise area (ICR) (access required)

IThe Layton Construction Co. staff is busy in the Boise area. The Sandy, Utah-based company is preparing to expand Bronco Stadium at Boise State University, a project designed by FFKR Architects of Salt Lake City. Layton spokesman Alan Rindlis-bacher said ...

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BoDo developer says he’s still owed money (access required)

A judge has awarded BoDo developer Mark Rivers more than $543,000 in his lawsuit against Re/Max Mountain West, but Rivers said Jan. 4 that he still had not received payment. BoDo Partners sued Mountain West Realtors, which did business as ...

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