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Across Minnesota, cities large and small are scrambling to upgrade storm sewers, culverts, roadways and drainage ponds as they find themselves deluged by ever-more intense storms and flash flooding.
The draw can be spaghetti, brats, chicken-and-dumplings soup, ham and scalloped potatoes.
In November, Memorial High School sophomore Jake Zarov found two of the units in his health class were "kind of problematic."
The number statewide has dropped 33% since the foreclosure crisis.
Failed Eastern Carver referendum meant cuts, but residents didn't expect closing of tiny East Union.