The six homeowners in Phase 3 of the Terra Nativa development, near Table Rock in the Boise Foothills, have gone to court to press their argument that developers, engineers and local-government agencies knew or should have known that the ground was unsuitable for building. The crack running through the development keeps widening, and most families have abandoned their homes.
The six homeowners in Phase 3 of the Terra Nativa development, near Table Rock in the Boise Foothills, have gone to court to press their argument that developers, engineers and local-government agencies knew or should have known that the ground was unsuitable for building. The crack running through the development keeps widening, and most families have abandoned their homes. Sven Berg sberg@idahostatesman.com
The six homeowners in Phase 3 of the Terra Nativa development, near Table Rock in the Boise Foothills, have gone to court to press their argument that developers, engineers and local-government agencies knew or should have known that the ground was unsuitable for building. The crack running through the development keeps widening, and most families have abandoned their homes. Sven Berg sberg@idahostatesman.com

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