Colorado's flood repairs are right on target, according to the man appointed by Governor Hickenlooper to oversee the effort. In the almost six weeks since the floods receded, the state has rebuilt nearly 400 miles of damaged roads and finished other repairs. Chief Recovery Officer Jerre Stead says the repairs are getting done on schedule, but there is still a lot of work to do. He talked with CPR's Mike Lamp.
You can check the progress of repairs and get answers to your own questions about the floods and the recovery at the state's website: coloradounited.com [Photo: CDOT]
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