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Yes, parts of Mason City have experienced flooding but not as bad as 2008 when a couple hundred houses near East Park were inundated and had to be moved or torn down.Roderick Grant wrote:By the way, Paul, I see Mason City is in danger of flooding. Has the deluge arrived?
Rock Glen is located at the bend of Willow Creek. The Schneider House by WBG received about 2" in its lower level. No other houses were affected.
The Alvin Miller House in Charles City by FLW, adjacent to the Cedar River, has not experienced any water damage as of Friday morning when I went over there to inspect. The river was within about ten feet from the house. Interior furnishings have been elevated. Owner due into town Sunday evening.
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Perhaps there are more useful maps or graphics to illustrate the topography and the architecture . . .?
...also because it is immediately adjacent to Willow Creek and set lower than the adjacent houses.Roderick Grant wrote:The Schneider House must be the most vulnerable, being, as it is, below street level.
This house was purchased last December and the present owners were informed as to the possibility of flooding. This house has the most beautiful views of the creek and the park (from the living room) of all of the houses.
Christopher Enck. Bought the house for $10 with the caveat that he moved it. I'd say he got his money's worth ...Paul Ringstrom wrote:sWho is the architect/owner?
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