Local residents and government officials stand next to Michael Taxdahl's house in Lyman on Monday, one of several which is threatened by erosion following the Skagit River flood on Thanksgiving. In the foreground, the concrete porch of another home is undermined by the failing embankment.
Local residents and government officials stand next to Michael Taxdahl's house in Lyman on Monday, one of several which is threatened by erosion following the Skagit River flood on Thanksgiving. In the foreground, the concrete porch of another home is undermined by the failing embankment. Scott Terrell Skagit Valley Herald
Local residents and government officials stand next to Michael Taxdahl's house in Lyman on Monday, one of several which is threatened by erosion following the Skagit River flood on Thanksgiving. In the foreground, the concrete porch of another home is undermined by the failing embankment. Scott Terrell Skagit Valley Herald

Skagit County town damaged by flood can’t get federal aid

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