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  • Boise builds a temporary flood wall to protect Zoo Boise

    As a precaution, Boise City has installed a "Muscle Wall" to keep potential flood waters from the Boise River from entering Zoo Boise. About 2,000 feet of interlocking panels stretch along the greenbelt path from the band shell to the tennis courts in Julia Davis Park.

As a precaution, Boise City has installed a "Muscle Wall" to keep potential flood waters from the Boise River from entering Zoo Boise. About 2,000 feet of interlocking panels stretch along the greenbelt path from the band shell to the tennis courts in Julia Davis Park. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
As a precaution, Boise City has installed a "Muscle Wall" to keep potential flood waters from the Boise River from entering Zoo Boise. About 2,000 feet of interlocking panels stretch along the greenbelt path from the band shell to the tennis courts in Julia Davis Park. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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