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Elisha Sketchley Apr 24
Issues can arise with relate to more than just their functionality in , however, residential flood doors need to be easy to operate with standard handle forces and an easy to lock operation
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Lisa Prime 14h
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Adam Jones Apr 24
Our best farm is still under as are several others, and our main farm could go under if we get a big rain, and the MS is actually rising right now. It will likely be June before it’s dry and that’s best case scenario. We def need better and
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F-M Area Diversion 12h
The has benefits for many people living outside the protected area. Many people living outside the protected area drive to the metro for employment every day.
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Eva Cohen Apr 19
Remember the satisfaction we got out of building channels for rain water when we were kids ?! Today is a good day to reminisce! Take a shovel and free your culverts
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Layfield Group Apr 24
Ontario communities have declared a state of emergency as water levels continue to rise. Contact Layfield for temporary flood control barriers that can be installed quickly and efficiently at 807-788-4595
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Insurance Solutions 17h
Not a fan of the rain? Neither is your home. Talk to one of our local agents today to make sure your home is covered for rain and water damage.
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Eddy Apr 22
Some great advice for flooding this season!
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High-Profile 10h
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Insurance Systems Apr 19
Spring Showers Bring May Flowers...And Flooding. Spring has sprung and, while that means summer is around the corner, it also means flood season.
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Big Bags USA Apr 17
RAIN & SNOW LEAVE ELEVATED RIVERS The says the will rise about two inches by Thursday, April 18th. It's also expected to stay near the 19-foot mark until . .
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Jennifer Feinberg Apr 24
The spot where $45M for flood mitigation was announced was sooooo beautiful  
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SEDA-COG Apr 16
We were thrilled to see the Bloomsburg Flood Mitigation Expansion groundbreaking mark the next phase of for ! Read more:
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Senator John Hoeven Apr 16
Reviewed comprehensive for the Red River Valley w/ Lt. Gen. Todd Semite, Chief of . We're working to advance this project because of the vital protection from flooding that it would provide for individuals & businesses in the region.
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PM Engineer Apr 20
. - North America’s Gautav Mathur and Mid-America Marketing’s Lloyd Rainey talk about Watts’ Flood Protection System. Check out the video here: .
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Senator John Hoeven Apr 16
Covered a lot of ground in today as Chief LTG Semonite signed Chief’s report advancing phase 4 of region’s . We also met w/ federal, state & local agency reps to help identify funding for future phases & reviewed construction efforts.
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F-M Area Diversion Apr 17
Cass County, Fargo and Business leaders speak about Project funding.
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Senator John Hoeven Apr 16
This afternoon, I hosted Army Corps Chief Lt. Gen. Semonite to review flooding in rural Cass County & downtown , outlining the regional benefits of comprehensive for RRV.
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Senator John Hoeven Apr 20
This week I hosted Chief LTG Todd Semonite in to review efforts in the & regions. I also met w/ & NDSU ROTC leaders to outline our efforts to support our Guardsmen & Reservists.
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F-M Area Diversion Apr 16
Federal partners visiting today to discuss the & their commitment to the project. Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, Chief of Engineers & Commanding General of meeting with the board and .
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