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And its as simple as ABCD quite literally, I am regularly asked how I can consider this place my home,” Shannon Kepler,OKThe two ordered a wide variety of narcotics from the internet, She said her first concern was getting the kids inside."I thought I was seeing things" she said "I didn’t even get a picture"The river expected to crest higher than the city’s levees could handle put the Roerick’s home nestled in Minot’s Souris River Valley in jeopardyDays later the Roericks like thousands of other Minot residents rushed to evacuate their homes in the wake of a record-breaking flood JoAnn Roerick 69 said it took the couple nearly six hours to drive the few miles out of the valley and into parts of the city on higher ground They weren’t able to go back for most of their belongingsThe Roericks lost their newly remodeled house and their painting business said Dennis Roerick 60“You just lose everything in one night” he saidThe flood destroyed more than 4100 homes at a time when the oil boom in western North Dakota attracting workers from across the country pinched the housing supply in the region So as North Dakota experienced an affordable housing shortage statewide the Minot region saw a two-fold crunchExperts say the oil boom started to pressure Minot’s housing market in about 2008 and the loss of housing stock during the 2011 flood exasperated the problem At one point the citywide apartment vacancy rate stood at 002 percentIn recent months as developers build more apartments relief appears in sight The apartment vacancy rate is now up to 33 percent said Danelle Zietz rental property manager for First Minot ManagementThe housing market likely will stabilize but issues remain“It will continue to be tight” said Mark Austin occupancy director for the Minot Housing Authority “But day by day things continue to improve in Minot”Lingering effectsAs the oil boom boosts the city’s growth Minot doesn’t feel like a small town anymore many residents said Bustling traffic fills the streets making daily commutes a little bit longer Stores and restaurants are busier tooAnd the town of about 46000 home to the North Dakota State Fair Minot State University and the Minot Air Force Base is projected to keep growingEffects of the 2011 flood are still prevalent thoughAlong the river there are still many severely damaged houses dubbed locally as “zombie homes” Some homes remain idle and empty and boards cover the openings of others Many of them sit in between houses that have been rebuilt since the flood The musty garage of one zombie home provides shelter to an abandoned car with broken windows Tools coated in rust hang from the walls and broken holiday decorations litter the concrete floorWhen the flood forced thousands of people to abandon their homes many took refuge in unusual circumstances that still affect their living situations todayMarla Triplett her 15-year-old daughter and her elderly mother moved into the home of a distant acquaintance — the sister of Triplett’s ex-husband’s friend“That’s how this town was during the flood People just took you in” Triplett said Hotels and apartments were full “There was nowhere to go”Likewise the Roericks first moved in with family and then into a Federal Emergency Management Agency trailer The emergency trailer park known as “Femaville” housed many people for nearly two years after the floodDennis Roerick said the stress from the circumstances took a toll on his health leaving him with anxiety respiratory problems and other health concerns He is still unable to work now because of his health and is living on a fixed-incomeNo place to goIn July 2013 FEMA ceased ownership of the mobile home park and residents were required to purchase their trailers or leave said Zietz who now manages the privately-owned parkSince their house wasn’t livable and the housing market was tight the Roericks purchased their FEMA trailer said Dennis Roerick adding that the couple wondered for a time if they would become homeless“There were no apartments to be found to live in There were no places to go” he saidThe Roericks continue living in the trailer they bought in 2013With affordable housing tough to find in Minot several families have multiple generations living under one roofTriplett is now back in her own home living with her mother her daughter her husband her nephew her 24-year-old son and his fiancéThe house which sustained flood damage was rebuilt for Triplett her daughter and her husband to live downstairs and her mother to live upstairs There is a kitchen on each floor two sets of bedrooms and bathrooms and a shared laundry room she saidBoth her son and her nephew moved in because they were struggling to find affordable apartments“We’re hoping that as the rents come down and they’re working they can hopefully put away some money and find their own place” said Triplett who works as a waiting list manager at the housing authorityBut it’s convenient to all live together she said because it gives everyone a little more disposable income Her family’s living situation is not unusual in Minot she added“Honestly” she said “I don’t know how single-income households — where the breadwinner is not an oil field worker — I don’t know how they can make it”A changing cityAlthough Minot is on the edge of the Oil Patch the city has seen immense growth due to the oil boomBruce Carlson a Minot Area Development Corporation board member and manager of Verendrye Electric Cooperative in nearby Velva ND, and three of them received cuts on the arm.
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