Homeowners search for help with flooding cleanup

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Homeowners search for help with flooding cleanup

Clearing road taps out HOA’s bank account
Gene Vanderbur stands near the second story of his townhome on Monday after a rainstorm July 24 filled the ground level floor inside his home with mud, rock and debris that is over 6 feet deep. Vanderbur lies at The Pines Townhomes north of Hermosa. He and his wife, Marjorie, were out of town when the floods hit.
Flood resources

La Plata County has several links to documents about floods after wildfires, including the Burned Area Emergency Response team summary of the 416 Fire, debris flow probability map, soil burn severity map, and much more. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/2LA3PvR.The United States Department of Agriculture’s Emergency Watershed Protection Program provides assistance to residents whose property has sustained damage from natural disasters, including flooding after a wildfire. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/2iKDah0.

Homeowners search for help with flooding cleanup

Gene Vanderbur stands near the second story of his townhome on Monday after a rainstorm July 24 filled the ground level floor inside his home with mud, rock and debris that is over 6 feet deep. Vanderbur lies at The Pines Townhomes north of Hermosa. He and his wife, Marjorie, were out of town when the floods hit.
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