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FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2011 file photo, Dolph Diemont, of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, looks over temporary housing units provided by the government in Minot, N.D., following flooding of the Souris River. Minot residents who still have FEMA units on their private lots might get a reprieve from a Sunday, June 1, 2014, deadline to move them. The Minot City Council's Public Works and Safety Committee is recommending the council consider an extension for residents who submit information by June 16 regarding their home reconstruction progress and a timeline for moving out of the temporary units. (AP Photo/James MacPherson, File)

FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2011 file photo, Dolph Diemont, of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, looks over temporary housing units provided by the government in Minot, N.D., following flooding of the Souris River. Minot residents who still have FEMA units on their private lots might get a reprieve from a Sunday, June 1, 2014, deadline to move them. The Minot City Council's Public Works and Safety Committee is recommending the council consider an extension for residents who submit information by June 16 regarding their home reconstruction progress and a timeline for moving out of the temporary units. (AP Photo/James MacPherson, File)

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