A longtime lake region public servant is leaving after nearly four decades serving Devils Lake and Ramsey County. County Commissioner Joe Belford may no longer be an elected official, but he says he's still hard at work fighting for residents of the Lake Region.
DEVILS LAKE, ND (WDAZ-TV) - But in order to get that aid, the state wants the county to pitch in as well. County leaders know where they want the money to go, but there are still a few steps to go before they get it.
Ramsey County commissioners shared some flood-related concerns with a few state organizations Monday.
The commissioners gave the North Dakota Association of Counties and County Commissioners Association a first-hand look at flooding and also asked for some help.
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