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Boise flooding has ended, contention continues
Nearly three months after the mysterious flooding started, it has finally ended. However, speculation of the flooding source continues to flow. Residents of Southeast Boise noticed the flooding subsided whenever the water level of the New York canal was lowered. They suspect the canal is directly related and responsible for the flooding. However a representative of the Bureau of Reclamation does not believe the canal is at fault. The representative said the flood waters began to decrease prior to the canal water level being adjusted.
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