EAGLE, Idaho – As water levels continue to rise in the Boise River, a temporary levee will be guilty to prevent some potential flooding.
KTVB-TV reported that over the next few days the Army Corps of Engineers Flood-Flight team from Walla Walla, Washington, will be constructing a temporary levee in Eagle to prevent serious flooding.
Las week, Corps officials examined potential hazards along the south channel of Eagle Island. The levee will run 4,300 feet along the embankment.
The mayor of Eagle has announced that all Greenbelt pathways and trails along the river banks in Eagle are closed until further notice.
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