Stay Safe: No Water Contact is Recomm...

Stay Safe: No Water Contact is Recommended in Flood-affected Areas

There are 1 comment on the Proctor Journal story from Jul 4, 2012, titled Stay Safe: No Water Contact is Recommended in Flood-affected Areas. In it, Proctor Journal reports that:

"Due to recent flooding and heavy rain events, we're conducting, and will continue to conduct, water sampling in the Moose Lake and Barnum areas," Heidi Bauman, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency temporary floodwater monitoring coordinator, said.

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Gato Is Impressed

Carrollton, TX

#1 Jun 7, 2013
Been filling and moving sandbags so many times I am a pro now.

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