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    Chief Bill Bones and Doug Holloway, city parks and recreation director, teamed up for a tour of the Greenbelt July 8, 2016. The whole idea for the ride, Holloway said, was to engage the public — find out what they like about crime prevention programs and the park system, and how they can improve them. The pair gave out free tickets for a Boise attraction: a family day pass to Zoo Boise; golf for two (plus cart) to Quail Hollow or Warm Springs golf courses; a family day swim pass to a Boise public pool.

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