Bluffs official: Flood affects us all
All 60,000-plus Council Bluffs residents could be hurt in some way by the rising waters of the Missouri River, city officials said Tuesday.
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#1 Jul 14, 2011
There has been flooding, even in Denver and severe rainstorms and weather conditions, yet Council Bluffs has not received any of these severe weather conditions, the water levels have decreased , all areas seem to be dispersing water without problem, levees are holding....and yet sandbagging and all these precautions continue to be taken. We can see some of the areas that have been hit with flooding, but Council Bluffs seems to be fine. What is it that continues to warrant all this precautionary work?. Even the reports don't suggest changes.
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