Three Years Ago Today

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It has been three years today since the US Army Corps of Engineers breached the Birds Point-New Madrid levee, destroying the town of Pinhook, Mo. To this date, no federal, state, county, or local financial assistance has been provided to the displaced residents of the town. But the struggle is not over. Residents continue their campaign to rebuild their town outside the floodway. You can help by writing a letter, making a phone call, or sending an email to any of the state politicians listed on the “Contact” page of this site. You can also send a communication to Jay Nixon, the governor of the state of Missouri (https://governor.mo.gov/get-involved/contact-the-governors-office). We urge you to do what you can to express your support for Pinhook. If enough voices declaim the injustice of this situation, perhaps something will be done to help the people of PInhook, Mo.

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  1. Reblogged this on Disasters, Property and Politics and commented:
    And still no money for Pinhook…

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