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Idaho begins to implement contractor licensing for heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (access required)

A new law to regulate and license About 1,000 Idaho heating, ventilation and air-conditioning contractors officially took effect three months ago, but the state Division of Building Safety is already working on the new regulations sought by the industry itself ...

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Commentary: Online auctions offer much, require caution (access required)

My daughter-in-law is into it. So is my son’s best friend – and the guy that I bought a used motorcycle from. It seems that everyone these days is into online auctions – eBay especially. While there are other online ...

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McCall-based Grace Furniture leases space for new store in downtown Boise (access required)

A McCall-based furniture retailer has leased ground-floor space in the Empire Building at 10th and Idaho streets in downtown Boise and plans to open in the fall. Empire Building owner Jim Tomlinson of Tomlinson & Associates said last week that ...

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Construction to start on Boise State Univ. West Campus in Nampa (access required)

After a delay of more than a year, construction of the first classroom building on the Boise State University West Campus site in Nampa is slated to begin next month. The three-story building of about 66,000 square feet is to ...

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Boise commercial and residential interior designers see economic improvement in their industry (access required)

Commercial and residential interior designers are seeing signs of economic improvement in their industry, while turning to natural elements in their design motifs. Some designers are going out of the Boise area for assignments, with positive results. At CSHQA, Boise, ...

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Boise developer files $10 million claim over Tower building permit (access required)

Boise Tower developer Rick Peterson has reserved his right to sue the Capital City Development Corp., and the city itself, over the stalled Tower project, parties to the dispute confirmed last week. Peterson’s Boise Tower Associates filed a $10 million-plus ...

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Hyde Park Place marches on to projected early ’04 completion (access required)

After a construction delay earlier this year, Hyde Park Place, a condominium complex in north Boise, is under way and on track to be finished by early next year. Developer David Southers, managing member of Hyde Park Place LLC, said ...

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Boise Cold Storage gets new owners (access required)

Boise Cold Storage Co., which stores large quantities of food and also makes ice, has new owners. Kent Johnson and his son Tim Johnson own TFJ Enterprises Inc., which recently purchased Boise Cold Storage from Tim Viehweg for an undisclosed ...

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Commercial, town home project proposed in W. Meridian (access required)

Commercial buildings and town homes are proposed on 11 acres at the southeast corner of Ten Mile Road and Pine Avenue, in western Meridian. If approved by city officials, The Courtyards at Ten Mile “will be a quality and compatible ...

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