Randy Johnson, president of the Central Bench Neighborhood Association (with his sons, Oliver, left, 7, and Quincy, 4), would like  the fuel tank farm near his neighborhood replaced with a mixture of residential and commercial development that leaves some space open to the public.
Randy Johnson, president of the Central Bench Neighborhood Association (with his sons, Oliver, left, 7, and Quincy, 4), would like the fuel tank farm near his neighborhood replaced with a mixture of residential and commercial development that leaves some space open to the public. Katherine Jones kjones@IdahoStatesman.com
Randy Johnson, president of the Central Bench Neighborhood Association (with his sons, Oliver, left, 7, and Quincy, 4), would like the fuel tank farm near his neighborhood replaced with a mixture of residential and commercial development that leaves some space open to the public. Katherine Jones kjones@IdahoStatesman.com

A 60-year-old fuel terminal could leave Boise’s Bench. Here’s what could replace it.

July 11, 2018 09:37 AM