NeighborWorks Boise CEO Bud Compher explains how a home in the Adams Street Cottages project in Garden City is built with a 4-foot-high stem wall instead of the standard 2-foot, in order to raise the house above what could soon be part of the Boise River’s floodplain.
NeighborWorks Boise CEO Bud Compher explains how a home in the Adams Street Cottages project in Garden City is built with a 4-foot-high stem wall instead of the standard 2-foot, in order to raise the house above what could soon be part of the Boise River’s floodplain. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
NeighborWorks Boise CEO Bud Compher explains how a home in the Adams Street Cottages project in Garden City is built with a 4-foot-high stem wall instead of the standard 2-foot, in order to raise the house above what could soon be part of the Boise River’s floodplain. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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