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Somerville mayor seeks US funds for flood victims

Storm damage reaches $10m

A clean-up worker vacuumed water at the Somerville public safety building earlier this week following Saturday’s flooding. A clean-up worker vacuumed water at the Somerville public safety building earlier this week following Saturday’s flooding. (Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe)
By Matt Byrne
Globe Correspondent / July 16, 2010

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Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone said Somerville will pursue federal assistance for businesses and homeowners as the damage figure for last Saturday’s flash flood reached $10 million. (Full article: 526 words)

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