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April 7, 2013

William Philion, Minot I am writing in response to an article in The Minot Daily News dated March 29....

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Apr-07-13 3:14 PM

What the media and community of Minot doesn't want you to know is that most people who applied for the CDBG grants were denied because of the income stipulations put on them. So, you have people who are on fixed incomes still having a new loan over their heads and will die in debt. Shame on the government. So, first and foremost bend the rules for these people who kept every receipt for rebuilding and give the monies back to them as they put other people in their families in debt as well. I agree with this letter whole-heartedly.

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Apr-07-13 8:41 PM

The City of Minot has rec'd over 110 million in CDBG monies and none of my flooded friends got a dime. Yet, they used up thier life savings, got SBA loans, and 30 year mortgages. The state has turned thier back on them (failed grant bill) and the city has turned thier back on them. It's very disappointing and just plain wrong.

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