Here’s a reminder that those seeking aid for flood damage in the Northland should get to the one-stop shop now open at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. It provides information on loans and other kinds of aid.
Volunteers for the United Way in Superior will comb neighborhoods for people who haven’t received help with their flood damage. It’s estimated that last month's flooding damaged more than 500 homes in Superior and Douglas County.
Northland officials are scrambling to assess the damage floodwaters caused to private property as they prepare for another visit by representatives of the Federal Emergency Management Agency on Wednesday.
Kyrie Sherman has been rebuilding her life with her two children this year with the help of Duluth’s American Indian Community Housing Organization. But she hit a major setback June 20 when her first-floor apartment was flooded.
Sharon Dwyer is happy the East Sixth Street home in Duluth that has been in her family for 66 years was declared structurally sound after the flood — and grateful for the volunteers who shoveled up mud this week from a collapsed wall in her basement.
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