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  • Ada County Planner Heads To Hubble Homes

      Gerry Armstrong, who has led Ada County's planning and development department, has now taken a position with one of the companies he used to regulate.

      In a statement released this morning, Armstrong announced he'll now be working for Hubble Homes, one of the valley's largest developers.

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  • Nowhere No More

    A tiny, historic site in Elmore County is about to become the next big thing
      On a typical weekday morning 18 miles west of Boise, Interstate 84 is choked with Detroit steel. At the busy Exit 35 on-ramp, a cramped line of commuters creeps out of the town of Nampa, a former railroad stop turned booming suburb, and awkwardly merges with a line that has crept over from Caldwell, another former whistlestop town. Once knotted together into gridlock that belies Idaho's rural reputation, the streams roll slowly toward Boise--directly into the rays of the rising sun. Eighteen miles east of Boise on that same morning, the scene is very different.
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  • Avimor on the Move

    SunCor lobbyists eye the legislature
      While Avimor's developers wait for approval from Ada County they aren't sitting idle. Instead, SunCor, the Arizona-based development company behind the controversial planned community, is plowing ahead at a different, but familiar target: the Idaho Legislature. As they have in previous years, the proponents of the 680-home development on Highway 55 outside of Eagle are trying to subtly shift Idaho tax and bonding law. But this year, they're not alone.
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