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Committee introduces bio and tech investor tax credit (access required)

The House Revenue and Taxation Committee voted to introduce the bio and tech investor tax credit. The legislation would give investors in Idaho biotech companies a 45 percent tax credit, and a 35 percent tax credit for investment in Idaho ...

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In Idaho, more former journalists than actual journalists (access required)

    Earlier today I blogged about a reporter from the Idaho Press-Tribune who is leaving to be a P.R. flack for the Nampa Public Library. The Ridenbaugh Press blog picked on up the theme this afternoon with a post (basically a rewrite of a ...

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University of Idaho expands scholarship program (access required)

Idaho high school students have a new incentive to pick a college close to home. The University of Idaho announced late last month that it will offer a minimum of $6,000 over four years to any Idaho student who meets ...

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New hospital planned for Boise (access required)

A group of local investors plans to build a new 120,000-square-foot, 50-bed hospital in Boise, on the 3.4 acre site located at Fairview and 27th Avenue.  Spokeswoman Bobbie Kale said the project was being managed by 24 local investors, though ...

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Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISE PERMIT/TYPE    OWNER    BUILDER    LOCATION    VALUE 00412-roofing, siding, windows    not listed    Pro-Tech Roofing Inc.    1215 W. State St.    164,425 00418-commercial roofing    Parkwood Development    Precision Single Ply    4810 W. Clark St.    7,000 00375-sign    not listed    Lytle Signs ...

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Property price disclosure bill held up (access required)

An Idaho Senate committee put the brakes on a bill that would have required that the price of real estate be disclosed to county assessors to help them determine property taxes. Sen. Shawn Keough, Sandpoint, and Rep. Wendy Jaquet, Ketchum, ...

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Supervalu CEO Jeff Noddle: Boise vendors won’t vanish (access required)

Although some vendor consolidation started after Supervalu’s November 2006 announcement that the company would move its merchandising and marketing group from Boise to Minneapolis, Supervalu CEO Jeff Noddle said Feb. 20 that Albertsons vendors won’t vanish from the town. The ...

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Interior demolition, cleanup begins of former Pix Theatre (access required)

Efforts to restore and reinvent downtown Nampa’s landmark Pix Theatre entered the long-awaited gut/cleanup phase late last week. Workers prepared to start the interior work March 2, followed by community volunteers the next day. Ultimately, members of the nonprofit Pix ...

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Developer to resubmit plan for 762 acres near Middleton (access required)

A Boise-area developer plans to submit a new plan for 762.7 acres off Purple Sage Road in eastern Canyon County, near Middleton. Dick Phillips, president of Willowbrook Development in Garden City, on Feb. 15 withdrew a rezone application before the ...

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