In 2017, Boise's Greenbelt sustained massive damage as a result of a wet winter and subsequent flooding. So as spring settles in this time around, it's no wonder folks are recalling the events of last year.
Listener Scott Sanicki is one of those people curious to know what the state of the Greenbelt looks like these days.
"Has the 2017 flooding damage to the Boise Greenbelt been repaired?"
To answer his question, we talked with Boise Parks and Recreation director Doug Holloway Foothills and Open Space Coordinator Sara Arkle on the Wednesday, May 2 edition of Idaho Matters.
This segment is our latest installment in our “Wanna Know Idaho” series and came from Scott Sanicki. If you don't want to miss any of our Wanna Know Idaho stories, be sure to subscribe to the podcast!
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