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  • Boise River flood damage could cost millions along Greenbelt

    As the Boise River flood waters recede, city managers in Eagle, Garden City and Boise are now assessing the damage to greenbelt pathways. Eagle director of parks, pathways and recreation says portions of the greenbelt are still closed because of a real da

As the Boise River flood waters recede, city managers in Eagle, Garden City and Boise are now assessing the damage to greenbelt pathways. Eagle director of parks, pathways and recreation says portions of the greenbelt are still closed because of a real da Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
As the Boise River flood waters recede, city managers in Eagle, Garden City and Boise are now assessing the damage to greenbelt pathways. Eagle director of parks, pathways and recreation says portions of the greenbelt are still closed because of a real da Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

Boise taps 5 contractors for Greenbelt repairs. How long before flood damage is fixed?

July 18, 2017 5:39 AM