Mike Dimmick, district manager of Flood Control District #10, points out the work that’s already been done to keep the Boise River, right, out of the Sunroc gravel pit, left. Work includes a lengthy temporary wall filled with gravel to shore up the banks. That wall and other barriers are blocking the Boise River Greenbelt. Ada County hopes to remove them and re-open the Greenbelt in the next couple weeks.
Mike Dimmick, district manager of Flood Control District #10, points out the work that’s already been done to keep the Boise River, right, out of the Sunroc gravel pit, left. Work includes a lengthy temporary wall filled with gravel to shore up the banks. That wall and other barriers are blocking the Boise River Greenbelt. Ada County hopes to remove them and re-open the Greenbelt in the next couple weeks. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Mike Dimmick, district manager of Flood Control District #10, points out the work that’s already been done to keep the Boise River, right, out of the Sunroc gravel pit, left. Work includes a lengthy temporary wall filled with gravel to shore up the banks. That wall and other barriers are blocking the Boise River Greenbelt. Ada County hopes to remove them and re-open the Greenbelt in the next couple weeks. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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