Boise developer Jim Conger’s original plan for Rush Valley, in the rectangles marked in red, would have provided only one street connection to Columbia Road at the top of this aerial photo: an extension of Snow Bird Avenue through the existing subdivision at the upper right. His latest proposal would use a future extension of Oregon Ridge Avenue, west of Snow Bird, as a second access road.
Boise developer Jim Conger’s original plan for Rush Valley, in the rectangles marked in red, would have provided only one street connection to Columbia Road at the top of this aerial photo: an extension of Snow Bird Avenue through the existing subdivision at the upper right. His latest proposal would use a future extension of Oregon Ridge Avenue, west of Snow Bird, as a second access road. Provided by city of Boise
Boise developer Jim Conger’s original plan for Rush Valley, in the rectangles marked in red, would have provided only one street connection to Columbia Road at the top of this aerial photo: an extension of Snow Bird Avenue through the existing subdivision at the upper right. His latest proposal would use a future extension of Oregon Ridge Avenue, west of Snow Bird, as a second access road. Provided by city of Boise

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January 29, 2018 06:30 AM