It has been one year since the historic flooding in Nebraska -- the most widespread and costliest natural disaster in the state’s history. To date, the price tag includes 2,200 total projects and 773 projects that have been obligated by Federal Emergency Management Agency, representing more than $40 million. To mark the anniversary, Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts and numerous other state agency leaders provided an update on the impact as well as the recovery that is still underway.
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