Marisa Keith, one of the main opponents of the proposed Sabana subdivision, testified Tuesday before the Boise City Council, saying the development would create more traffic and interfere with rural life. Here, she stands at the boundary of her own five acres. The empty swath of green behind her is where 11 townhouses, 11 single-family homes and three duplexes have been planned.
Marisa Keith, one of the main opponents of the proposed Sabana subdivision, testified Tuesday before the Boise City Council, saying the development would create more traffic and interfere with rural life. Here, she stands at the boundary of her own five acres. The empty swath of green behind her is where 11 townhouses, 11 single-family homes and three duplexes have been planned. Maria L. La Ganga mlaganga@idahostatesman.com
Marisa Keith, one of the main opponents of the proposed Sabana subdivision, testified Tuesday before the Boise City Council, saying the development would create more traffic and interfere with rural life. Here, she stands at the boundary of her own five acres. The empty swath of green behind her is where 11 townhouses, 11 single-family homes and three duplexes have been planned. Maria L. La Ganga mlaganga@idahostatesman.com