One of the many midwestern towns that has been impacted greatly by the flooding is Findlay Ohio. Here’s a picture that is currently on the home page of CNN.com.
According to the latest CNN article:
Findlay, Ohio, was enduring its worst flood in nearly 100 years.
“This is the most widespread it’s ever been,” Findlay Mayor Tony Iriti told The Associated Press.
Findlay is a beautiful small city with a lot of glamour to it thanks to it being the home of Marathon Oil. It has a main street right out of the 1920’s and a lot of charming homes from that era as well. Of course, it’s also home to the Sugar Towers, which should be one of the wonders of the world!
I got to go to Findlay last fall on my Central Ohio INETA “tour” (3 groups in 3 nights) and just loved the town and totally enjoyed the attendees at the user group meeting.
I’ve emailed Gary Shank, the leader of Findlay.NET who is currently sitting in a remote office, but still in Ohio and still suffering from the sweltering heat and the floods, but hanging in there.
I wish them all the best and look forward to coming back to do another user group talk and to get some pictures of those Sugar Towers!!
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