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DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER                                                                                                                                     President Obama has declare a Disaster Declaration for Martin County.     There was no individual assistance in the declaration.      The State legislature approved an $80 million package for flood relief but details are not clear yet.  If there is any individual help we will let you know.


Martin County Assessor is reassessing all Truman homes for damage from the recent flood.  If your property sustained significant damage or destruction during the recent flood and storms, you may be eligible for property-tax relief on taxes to be pain in 2011.  If the county assessor has not reassessed your property already and you believe your estimated market value has been reduced due to the disaster or damage, contact the assessor's office 507-238-3210 to have an assessor view the damage for purpose of property tax relief.  This program is an automotic property tax rebate program and will take effect in the areas that meet the criteria for taxes payable in 2011.  If your area qualifies and your home was reassessed and damage was found, you will automatically receive the rebate on your 2011 Property Tax Statement.

Financial donations to help flood victims can be sent to Spirit of Truman Flood Relief Fund and dropped off or mailed to Profinium Financial, P.O. Box 400, Truman, MN  56088

Debris pick up

The remaining debris on the curbs will be picked up this week and hauled away by the city crew with the help of Sentence-to-Service crew. 

For information or for answers to your flood related questions call 776-3181


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Don't forget to vote at the General Election on Tuesday, November 2 at the Municipal Building in Truman.  The voting hours are 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.  If you are not registered to vote yet you can register at the polls on Tuesday, November 2.  Also if you will be out of town that day or unable to make it to the polls, you can apply for an Absentee Ballot that will be mailed right to your home.  Just stop by city hall and pick up an absentee ballot application form.  Another option between now and November 1st is to stop down to the county courthouse in Fairmont at the County Auditor's office and vote right there absentee. 



Truman City Council meetings  are held twice a month.  The first Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. and the second Monday of the month at 5:00 p.m.

Truman Community Club meetings are held the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Truman Community Building.  Everyone is welcomed to attend.