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City hoping flood mapping will sway informed prevention projects

The City of Prince Albert says it helped fund updated flood mapping to get accurate data on the risk of flooding from the North Saskatchewan River. (Herald file photo)

The
City of Prince Albert is hoping updated flood mapping will lead
council to make informed decisions on more permanent prevention
projects.

On
Monday, the federal government announced it and the city are each
contributing $60,000 for flood mitigation in Prince Albert. Flood
mapping determines which areas are most at risk so…

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