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Some GF Homeowners Spending Thousands On Flood Protection

March 29, 2011 in WDAZ

Many homeowners in the Grand Forks Burke addition have battled floodwaters in the past, and now have built permanent flood protection. One man has spent tens of thousands of dollars.
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EGF Begins Floodwall Construction

March 21, 2011 in WDAZ

Weather could delay East Grand Forks’ effort to put up their invisible flood wall. Crews started doing that Monday. With decent weather, it takes about three days to get the job done.
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A look at Canada’s flood defense

March 13, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

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The flood projections appear foreboding for spring 2011, north and south of the border. And the more information that’s available, the more informed readers will be. In addition to our local coverage, the Herald is supplying frequent content from the Winnipeg Free Press, both in print and online. This story is one of many installments the Free Press has planned as it covers watersheds, communities and people who live where the water flows. Continue Reading

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Fargo architect builds flood wall to protect home

July 10, 2010 in INFORUM

Fargo homeowner Regin Schwaen came up with a creative solution to fight floodwaters at his Belmont Park neighborhood home.
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