$100 Million June 28, 2012 : 5:48 PM

The cost of recent flooding in Minnesota will top $100 million according to The New York Times:

“The waters in Duluth are receding, but the damage is done: the northeastern Minnesota city estimates more than $100 million will be required to repair utilities, streets, parks and trails in the city and surrounding county of St. Louis, said Pakou Ly, a spokeswoman for Duluth. The State Department of Transportation estimates its roads have sustained $20 million worth of damage.”