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CCDC Supports #BeKind Initiative

December 20, 2018

News & Notes

Kindness is defined as any action in which one person puts the needs of another ahead of their own.  At a press conference Tuesday night, Mayor Bieter announced a community-wide initiative with the goal to promote and maintain the city’s values and kindness. ‘Boise Kind’ is a collaborative initiative between the City of Boise, community […]

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CCDC Staff Promotes #BoiseKind

December 18, 2018

News & Notes

For the third year in a row, CCDC staff has been proud to participate in the Women and Children’s Alliance Giving Tree. The Giving Tree is an annual program where colored tags with needs for their child care centers, shelters, and main facility are hung on the fence around the Christmas tree on The Grove […]

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30th Street URD Projects Update

December 18, 2018

News & Notes

  News Update on CCDC Projects in the 30th Street URD Formed in December 2012, the 30th Street URD runs along 27th Street, Whitewater Park Boulevard and encompasses the West Main Street and Fairview Avenue corridor.      2200 Fairview – New Path Community Housing – PP Type 1:  New Path is rescheduling its open […]

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River-Myrtle/Old Boise Projects Update

December 18, 2018

News & Notes

  News Update on CCDC Projects in the River-Myrtle/Old Boise URD The city’s largest district, River-Myrtle/Old Boise is made up of two distinct zones: the areas adjacent to the Boise River, public parks, and the historic downtown section known as Old Boise.   200 W. Myrtle Street, PP Negotiation:  CCDC has hosted several meetings over […]

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Blue Valley to CCDC: “Ya Done Good”

December 17, 2018

News & Notes

“I debated quite a bit how to start this. Ya done good…that feasibility study addressed a lot of our concerns, especially ‘protection’. Little did we know that the agency already took action and CCDC already gave us the buffer zones. It’s perfect and exactly what Blue Valley is looking for.“ — Ron Pucinelli, South Eisenman […]

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