Houses in subdivisions in Nampa and Kuna and an apartment complex in Boise may be coming soon. So could a commercial complex at the former Farmstand site in Meridian. Our latest weekly development roundup.
Trilogy Development plans to meet with neighbors to discuss a new proposal for developing 38 acres on Hill Road Parkway in Northwest Boise, though details aren’t yet known. Neighbors objected to the prior one.
A subdivision of modest houses aims to remind Boiseans of the late artist Thomas Kinkade, famous for painting fairy-tale stone cottages. The developer plans to sell the cottages for less than $250,000 each.
Companies like Verizon are working hand-in-hand with government officials to streamline the process to install small-cell technology, which will provide the infrastructure for 5G cell service in the future.
Houses on the Bench, in the Barber Valley and Caldwell may be coming soon. So could day-care centers in Boise and Meridian and a candy shop in Meridian. Our latest weekly Treasure Valley development roundup.
Chair of the Ada County Republican Central Committee Ryan Davidson is renewing an effort to make local elections partisan in Idaho. But Democrats say the reforms would just help Republicans win more city council seats.
Subdivisions and businesses could soon be coming to the Treasure Valley, including a 409-home subdivision and two firearms businesses in Nampa, five subdivisions in Eagle, and changes at two schools in Boise.
Boise Fire tweeted that the fire started around 11:25 p.m. Monday in north Adams Street. Firefighters attempted to provide the six cats with rescue breathing, but all of them died. The 2 people inside survived.
The Idaho Freedom Foundation said Boise is using urban renewal districts to bypass the Idaho Constitution, which requires that cities must pass a referendum with two thirds of voter support to take on debt.