Last spring, crews digging in the site of Boise’s future Esther Simplot Park found something they didn’t expect: $6.5 million worth of contamination and industrial-level waste. The cleanup is done now, and the park is expected to open this summer.
Last spring, crews digging in the site of Boise’s future Esther Simplot Park found something they didn’t expect: $6.5 million worth of contamination and industrial-level waste. The cleanup is done now, and the park is expected to open this summer. Provided by city of Boise
Last spring, crews digging in the site of Boise’s future Esther Simplot Park found something they didn’t expect: $6.5 million worth of contamination and industrial-level waste. The cleanup is done now, and the park is expected to open this summer. Provided by city of Boise

Esther Simplot Park cleanup done. Cost: $6.5 million

January 13, 2016 12:49 PM

UPDATED January 14, 2016 02:23 PM

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