IT'S GOOD TO BE IN ND People could be losing their homes tonight
Lake Tschida in Grant County, North Dakota, is flooding, according to the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services. The department said the lake is at 2,078 feet and is expected to reach 2,095 fe... Posted on 3/23/09 at 12:27 PM
BELFIELD — Belfield’s Planning and Zoning Board approved a request by the city school district to rezone a portion of city-owned land from commercial to residential for the purpose of placing mobile homes to be used for teacher housing.
BERLIN, Vt. (AP) — After paying rent for her entire adult life, buying a mobile home was a dream come true for Sandra Gaffney. But 11 months later, that dream was destroyed by floodwaters when the remnants of Hurricane Irene ripped through her mobile home park, flooding her trailer and about 70 others.
A recent oil boom and competitive housing market in western North Dakota has led many residents to live in man camps, recreational vehicles, trailers and mobile homes. The trouble is those structures are unsafe to occupy in times of severe weather and there are few options as to where they should go in the event of severe summer weather.
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