Boise’s $10 million levy in 2001 to protect open space in the Boise Foothills was a success, but the 2015 redux hit a snag when the city filed the wrong paperwork to collect the first year’s worth of money.
Boise’s $10 million levy in 2001 to protect open space in the Boise Foothills was a success, but the 2015 redux hit a snag when the city filed the wrong paperwork to collect the first year’s worth of money. Pete Zimowsky Statesman file
Boise’s $10 million levy in 2001 to protect open space in the Boise Foothills was a success, but the 2015 redux hit a snag when the city filed the wrong paperwork to collect the first year’s worth of money. Pete Zimowsky Statesman file

Boise city open-space levy: Yes, again. Officials explain the error, earn another chance

October 25, 2017 04:42 PM

UPDATED October 25, 2017 04:53 PM

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