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Boise may cut dust-control rules for now (access required)

Earth-moving trucks apparently won’t be required to have covers over their loads in Boise this year, although the city has been working to implement such a measure for more than two years.Heeding opposition from individual contractors and the home-builders’ association ...

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Wastewater treatment plant designer honored (access required)

The design of Caldwell’s new wastewater treatment plant has received a top honor for serving the community and upgrading its waste-treatment technology.The Southern Idaho section of the American Society of Civil Engineers recognized the Boise office of Montgomery Watson Inc. ...

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Lighting products retailer to build new store (access required)

A company with historical ties to Lowe’s plans to build a 25,000-square-foot store next to Lowe’s in southwest Boise. World Lighting, of Kent, Wash., plans to build a 25,000-square-foot lighting products store on the north side of Overland Road between ...

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Physical therapy firm to open sixth area clinic (access required)

Physical therapy firm Mountain Land Rehabilitation plans to open its sixth Treasure Valley clinic in conjunction with the Idaho Athletic Club under construction in northwest Boise. The building is under construction at the west end of the Lakeharbor development south ...

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Networking group for high-tech workers launched (access required)

Finally, a place for techies, code monkeys and gadget guys and gals.Not only do they have a group to call their own in the Treasure Valley, but they’re using it to make technology businesses stronger.Kickstand, launched in January, counts 80 ...

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Tech firms open offices in research center (access required)

Veritas Software Corp. and ML Technologies Inc. have opened offices in Boise Research Center.Each leased space in Capitol Business Centres, a 7,000-square-foot shared-office center in BRC’s Apollo Building on North Discovery Way, said Jenny Barrett, marketing manager for Capital Business ...

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Computer training co. to move to larger quarters (access required)

Computer training company ExecuTrain plans to move its Boise office to larger quarters next month.The company leased a space of more than 5,000 square feet at 8950 W. Emerald St., near Maple Grove Road, said marketing director and franchise co-owner ...

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Universities team up for downtown development (access required)

A mixed retail and residential development with classrooms comprising six buildings is planned on Broadway Avenue between Myrtle and Front streets on a 5.8-acre parcel partially owned by the University of Idaho Foundation.To be called the Idaho Place, the multi-phase, ...

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New York-themed restaurant to open in Boise (access required)

Cobblestone floors, high-back leather chairs, dueling pianists. That’s some of what’s planned at the Manhattan Grill, slated to open in June at the Adelmann Building in downtown Boise. Originally scheduled to open in January, the Manhattan is a cherished dream ...

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Boise officials give status report on downtown (access required)

“Downtown Boise is not dead!”Keven Burnett, executive director of the Downtown Boise Association, uttered that statement to a room of more than 200 at the Grove Hotel during the DBA’s “State of the Heart” address, a status report on downtown.Mayor ...

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