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  • Boise Parks and Recreation Director Doug Holloway talks about flood damage at Ann Morrison Park and the outlook for recovery

    The damage from a rising water table in Boise’s Ann Morrison Park is a little startling when you first see it. It’s not as bad as it looks, the city’s parks director says. The turf will be re-seeded, and city forestry staff are keeping an eye on trees that may die from having “wet feet” for months.

The damage from a rising water table in Boise’s Ann Morrison Park is a little startling when you first see it. It’s not as bad as it looks, the city’s parks director says. The turf will be re-seeded, and city forestry staff are keeping an eye on trees that may die from having “wet feet” for months. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
The damage from a rising water table in Boise’s Ann Morrison Park is a little startling when you first see it. It’s not as bad as it looks, the city’s parks director says. The turf will be re-seeded, and city forestry staff are keeping an eye on trees that may die from having “wet feet” for months. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Water damage to Ann Morrison Park brings some to tears

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