Cost of north Minneapolis tornado estimated at $80 million

The tornado that swept through north Minneapolis a year ago Tuesday damaged thousands of homes and businesses. It also dented pocketbooks. When the costs to homeowners, taxpayers, insurance companies, and charitable groups are totaled, the Star Tribune estimates the price tag came to $80 million.
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The tornado that swept through north Minneapolis a year ago Tuesday damaged thousands of homes and businesses. It also dented pocketbooks. When the costs to homeowners, taxpayers, insurance companies, and charitable groups are totaled, the Star Tribune estimates the price tag came to $80 million.

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