Goodhue County declares state of emergency in response to Pine Island Flooding

A state of emergency was declared by the Goodhue County Board on Wednesday, July 10, due to the flooding on June 28-29 in Pine Island.

The brief meeting was called because the county’s threshold for the State Disaster Program exceeds $87,285.87.

Severe thunderstorms on June 28 brought 3 to 4 inches of rain to Pine Island. Dodge and Olmsted counties were hit harder, receiving about 7 inches of rain.


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