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St. Cloud Storm Damage Estimate at $180K

After-effects of June 21, 2013 wind storm in the St. Cloud metro area
Kristine Raymo

ST. CLOUD — The city of St. Cloud has estimated the damage from sever storms that pushed through the region two weeks ago.

Mayor Dave Kleis says the damage is estimated at $180,000 and is primarily from overtime hours crews were forced to work to clean up down trees and other debris.

Kleis says the city is estimating it lost 400-500 trees in the storm.

The city is also working with Stearns County’s Emergency Management Department to see if they would be included in a federal disaster declaration.

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