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MINNESOTA NEWS ROUNDUP: FEMA begins flood damage assessments in southwest Minnesota

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Officials from FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, are in southwest Minnesota (Jackson, Nobles, Renville and Rock counties) starting today (Tues) to survey flood damage.  To qualify for federal funds, damage to public infrastructure must be at least 7.3 million dollars and a number of top officials believe the state will meet that threshold.  Once all damage assesments are in, Governor Dayton is expected to request a presidential disaster declaration.  

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