Recent hail damage to public buildings in Deadwood, South Dakota, is expected to exceed $2 million.
Transportation and Facilities Director Tom Kruzel says a $1.8 million damage estimate involves only the 45 public structures in town, and doesn’t include city vehicles and hundreds of the city’s iconic globe lamps.
Kruzel says that the City Hall is particularly stiff, hurting the weather conditions and the roof windows, especially on the roof.
Black Hills Pioneer announced that the city was proceeding with insurance studies.
Many settlements and businesses in the Northern Black Hills are also interested in the effects of recent severe weather events. The lead, Black Hills Mining Museum needs a new roof that will cost $ 50,000.
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