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Last updated on Monday, June 23, 2008
(BLOOMINGTON) - The City of Bloomington has submitted official assessments of the flood damage in the campus town.
Monroe County Public Works Director Susie Johnson says almost $350,000 worth of damage was sustained in the City of Bloomington, however, Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan says the city will get everything put back together without affecting services.
This estimate is just to city owned property, since Indiana University is reporting around $1.5 million in damage themselves, most of that to the heavily damaged Memorial Stadium, home of the Hoosier football team.
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