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Southwest Minot residents battle flash floods

June 6, 2013

Living in the path of a major waterway has been a frustrating experience for some residents of Minot’s Green Acres Additio....

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Jun-06-13 4:30 PM

How can officials say the sewers along SW Minot near Green Acres are big enough when the water backed up and slow down all in Green Acres. And when you drove on 16th St every sewer,drain was blocked with trees, branches and so forth. I think somebody needs to get their ass sued......

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Jun-06-13 9:37 AM

If everyone were to get help in Minot due to water in the basement, We ALL would need to have something done by the city. I live in SE and I too have had water in my basement along with my neighbors too. So Green Acres you are not the only ones suffering.

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Jun-06-13 9:12 AM

They do feel the same way as the doctor, they have flooded houses that they can't sell and health problems due to it, and they just see it all continuing. If you mean the stupid comment that I believe must have been misunderstood by the reporter that keeping water out of the basement would cause the flood to reach the upper floor? Well, that's just not any more true than the idea that drainage in the Devils Lake basin is the cause of the flooding there.

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