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Terry Long applied a crack sealant to roads in Lake Emma Township recently. Several townships reported overland flooding damage to roads and culverts. Long Construction has a contract in four townships. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

FEMA assessing Hubbard County road damage

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Hubbard County officials are hosting FEMA representatives this week, touring the area to assess damage caused by overland flooding and rapid snow melt.

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To date, the tally is over $200,000, said Emergency Management Director Dave W. Konshok. Hubbard County has been included in a federal disaster declaration under the umbrella of the Red River Valley flooding, but federal reimbursement locally will only cover damage to public property, not to individual homeowners.

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