I am one of the persons who is in it as well as many are, inaccessible to my home, and there are thousands of us similarly situated. On the public level I serve as an Alderman on the Minot City Council for the Second Ward, and the Second Ward has a very large amount of river as a part of that ward. Minot was in a very critical housing shortage prior to this and this only compounded it. We're all in this together. This affects the United States of America and the president understood that when he signed and we're most appreciative of that. I am particularly impressed that when FEMA came in here they understood that the town had been bisected by the flood and we really have a North Minot and a South Minot, and to accommodate the needs of the people, FEMA has set up locations, offices with personnel available on both ends of town. Also we can electronically access programs that may be available to us. And I think the response has moved me at a level I've not been moved at in some years. But the first concern is again, public safety. People need a place to go and when the president moved forthwith on the application of our governor I just, speaking as a citizen say, Thank you, God bless the President of the United States and Gob bless the United States of America.