"We’re holding the Salvation Army accountable just as the Salvation Army has asked for help from this community for 100 years." The Booth Home in the Boise North End was recently declared “threatened” by The National Trust For Historic Preservation in its Preservation magazine. The trust quoted Idaho preservation groups, who are worried the Salvation Army, which owns the home, will sell the property to a developer with plans to destroy its historic buildings. “At our current [North End] location, we can’t do any expansion of programs,” said Major Robert Lloyd, the Treasure Valley Coordinator for Salvation Army Boise. “We’re not on a bus route and the facilities are quite old, and it would not be cost-effective to remodel it...
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North End Neighbors to Hold Town Hall Meeting on Booth Home Tonight