ROSEAU (AP) -- The Army Corps of Engineers this week will begin delivering manufactured homes for use by residents who are displaced while repairs are made to their flood-damaged houses and apartments.
A flood in June damaged nearly every building in Roseau, a town of 3,000 people just a few miles south of the Canadian border.
Some homes can't be lived in because of water damage. For some people, repairs are so extensive that living in a home while they're being made is inconvenient.
The Army Corps will put the manufactured homes on a 40-acre site near the town. The site can hold up to 70 manufactured homes.
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