"If parents and kids would just learn to stay out of the canal and swim where they're supposed to, the drownings wouldn't happen," said Luella Powell of Boise.
"On occasion, you run into some really good potholes and you don't know how deep they are," said Mimi Kohnke of Boise. "It's kind of like diving into the abyss and the unknown when you hit one of those."
The developer's plans call for 43 homes. The closest would be just 620 feet from the stage of the Shakespeare Festival.
Some are concerned noise might be an issue because at the closest part, one home would be just 620 feet from the stage.
Nicole Lemas, a 23-year-old who graduated from Boise High School, shared her story.
In all, two fire stations would be rebuilt, one would be relocated and another would be remodeled if voters approve the measure. A new $6.8 million fire training facility would also be constructed.
Dee Conrad, who lives nearby, said she wasn't fazed by the alert and people in that area are used to them.
The reservoir is still open to all boats, but several loading ramps have been closed, and all private and campground docks are inaccessible by water.
The 200 homes in the Devonshire subdivision have access to a pool, a playground and an open field, which some neighbors say are being neglected.
While they're not a new addition, these lights can be found at 100 of 400 intersections with traffic signals in Ada County. They're similar to other green left turn yield lights, but the Ada County Highway District says research shows these lights are more intuitive for drivers.
College of Idaho football coach Mike Moroski has announced the signing of seven student-athletes to NAIA Letters of Intent, pushing the total of current recruits to 49.
The outdoor municipal pools are operated by the Boise Parks & Recreation Department. All pools are staffed by certified lifeguards.
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Local post offices worked with The Idaho Foodbank to collect a goal of 200,000 pounds of food for the needy in the area.