Well-attended Fargo meeting addresses residents’ concerns
Roxanne Lundberg has been through this before.
“I know they (city officials) are doing everything they can,” said the Fargo resident, who battled spring flooding last year.
Plans to build a series of long-term clay levees along the Red River, Rose Coulee and county drains in Fargo drew good feedback Tuesday night at the first of a series of meetings planned with residents in areas that will be at the forefront of this year’s flood fight.
In a much-anticipated meeting with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, local officials learn Monday whether a North Dakota diversion aimed at permanent Fargo-Moorhead flood protection meets standards for federal funding.
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