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City moves to declare downtown's Des Moines Building a public nuisance Blog post by Jason Pulliam email@example.com January 6, 2011 Major flood and fire hazards were narrowly averted at a high rise in the heart of downtown Des Moines last month when
City warns D.M. residents to be leery of flood scams Blog post by Jason Pulliam firstname.lastname@example.org September 1, 2010 Des Moines leaders are warning victims of this summer's floods to be leery of unlicensed contractors and people posing as city
Wednesday when Four Mile Creek surged out of its banks and began to rush through Alderman's neighborhood in Des Moines. "I've lived here for 45 years and never had this much water," said Alderman, 71, who doesn't expect to live in his house again. "I'
Nine teams of city inspectors are assessing flood damage in hard-hit areas like Four Mile Creek on Des Moines' east side to determine when it's safe for people to go back home. About 80 inspections were completed by the end of the day Thursday, said
Budget cuts put the city's spraying program on hiatus this year, which normally would have been "in place and rolling" earlier in the season said Phil Delafield, Des Moines' community development director. Earlier this year, exterminators used