Boise received nearly $700,000 and the Ada County Highway District nearly $93,000 last year in property taxes from Hewlett-Packard — money they would lose under the Legislature’s plan to buy HP’s Boise campus. A city spokesman said that plan could force hard choices in Boise services such as police and fire protection. Boise police closed East Shenandoah Drive at Locust Street on Jan. 23 because of slick roads.
Boise received nearly $700,000 and the Ada County Highway District nearly $93,000 last year in property taxes from Hewlett-Packard — money they would lose under the Legislature’s plan to buy HP’s Boise campus. A city spokesman said that plan could force hard choices in Boise services such as police and fire protection. Boise police closed East Shenandoah Drive at Locust Street on Jan. 23 because of slick roads. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
Boise received nearly $700,000 and the Ada County Highway District nearly $93,000 last year in property taxes from Hewlett-Packard — money they would lose under the Legislature’s plan to buy HP’s Boise campus. A city spokesman said that plan could force hard choices in Boise services such as police and fire protection. Boise police closed East Shenandoah Drive at Locust Street on Jan. 23 because of slick roads. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

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