Bills For Fighting Flood In Fargo Could Top $1 Million

The costs not covered by FEMA will have to come out of the general fund

FARGO, ND — Not all the bills are in yet, but Fargo’s share of costs for this year’s flood fight is likely to top $1 million.

Mayor Tim Mahoney says the city is counting on a federal disaster declaration that would cover 75% of those costs.

Mahoney said “many might say that’s not a lot of money but it is.”

The costs not covered by FEMA will have to come out of the general fund.

By comparison, Fargo was reimbursed $10 million for protection in the record 2009 flood.

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