Blue lines mark the proposed industrial park, with a planned extension of Lake Hazel Road in the foreground. The northwest corner of the industrial park would adjoin Blue Valley, a mobile home park with more than 200 affordable homes (it’s the green patch with houses and a pond, left of the I-84 label). Residents worry that industrial development, such as the industrial park and a planned truck terminal just north of Blue Valley, will ruin their way of life.
Blue lines mark the proposed industrial park, with a planned extension of Lake Hazel Road in the foreground. The northwest corner of the industrial park would adjoin Blue Valley, a mobile home park with more than 200 affordable homes (it’s the green patch with houses and a pond, left of the I-84 label). Residents worry that industrial development, such as the industrial park and a planned truck terminal just north of Blue Valley, will ruin their way of life. Leo A. Geis Provided by city of Boise
Blue lines mark the proposed industrial park, with a planned extension of Lake Hazel Road in the foreground. The northwest corner of the industrial park would adjoin Blue Valley, a mobile home park with more than 200 affordable homes (it’s the green patch with houses and a pond, left of the I-84 label). Residents worry that industrial development, such as the industrial park and a planned truck terminal just north of Blue Valley, will ruin their way of life. Leo A. Geis Provided by city of Boise

Industrial park developers want to “be good neighbors” to mobile home park residents

September 21, 2018 09:10 AM