Toby Norton, Planning Manager for the city of Boise tests a musical piano on the new splash pad at Comba Park, which was developed with extensive help from the city’s Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant program. The park, which also features a playground, opened August 7, 2014. Mayor David Bieter used Comba Park, which was built as the venue for his announcement of this year’s Neighborhood Reinvestment grants.
Toby Norton, Planning Manager for the city of Boise tests a musical piano on the new splash pad at Comba Park, which was developed with extensive help from the city’s Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant program. The park, which also features a playground, opened August 7, 2014. Mayor David Bieter used Comba Park, which was built as the venue for his announcement of this year’s Neighborhood Reinvestment grants. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Toby Norton, Planning Manager for the city of Boise tests a musical piano on the new splash pad at Comba Park, which was developed with extensive help from the city’s Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant program. The park, which also features a playground, opened August 7, 2014. Mayor David Bieter used Comba Park, which was built as the venue for his announcement of this year’s Neighborhood Reinvestment grants. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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