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Homeowner Plan Offers Flood Victims Reimbursement

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Minot residents affected by the 2011 flood who applied for a reimbursement of up to $10,000 may be getting the money soon.

The first checks for the Homeowner Reimbursement Plan will be sent out on April 25 to the first 20-30 applicants who completed the process.


More checks may be going out soon, but the Minot Disaster Recovery Services Office says they have several hundred applicants who started the process and have initially qualified for the program, but have not submitted paperwork and receipts.

In many of these cases, the only thing applicants have to do is submit that paperwork to receive a reimbursement.

Existing applicants, who have questions, are encouraged to call the Minot Disaster Recovery Services Office at 837-5813.

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