Well the Bakken Oil exploration boom has been impacting our northwest part of North Dakota for about 2 1/2 years. Right now in Williams County, which is a couple counties west of the Minot area, Ward County, housing is so tight here that we've got almost 9,000 people living in what we call "man-camps" or temporary work camp facilities. And so when we start looking at the amount of housing that's out there, if we go 200 miles from Williston, North Dakota in any direction, which is going to include Minot, most every facility or any house that's available is being utilized for oil work housing and man-camps are being put up for oil work housing. So when the floods came and hit northwest North Dakota and when Minot had that catastrophic flood occur, they were already strapped for housing with the oil impact as it was. So all the people that lost their homes in Minot, North Dakota were double-whammed because any possible home was already occupied. And so them being displaced just doubled the burden for the folks in Minot. Survivors are the first priority, and the second and the third priority. And right now, housing, housing and housing are the three top priorities in North Dakota, particularly in the Minot area. The group sites, I mean there's 600 in the southeast quadrant of Minot. There's 300 being built in the northeast quadrant of Minot. There's 50 of them that were built over in Burlington, and that's still not enough housings. So we do private site placements, about a thousand of those. Still not enough, so we're doing commercial park clearing that already has the pads and the infrastructure which is much less expensive than building a group site from scratch. So that starts this week. And that should finally bring us to the number of sites or pads or locations that will in fact be able to house all of the people needing temporary housing and our survivors in the Minot area. We have to remember that we are building group sites the size of the 20th largest city in North Dakota. In 2 or 3 months. You know, the size of Garrison, North Dakota. Bigger than Max, North Dakota. Towns that we drive through on the way to Minot, all, quickly, with infrastructure water, sewer, electricity, mail delivery, garbage pick up, telephone capability. And bringing the house in and licensing the people into the houses. So it is a large task with a lot of pieces and parts that the folks are bringing, when I say the folks, FEMA and the federal partners, and the local contractors that are building this. Whole bunch of folks play in this thing, and trying to keep them on track so that we get the pads turned over to us so then we have, can haul the mobile home, the manufactured housing, winterize it with the skirting, getting it ready to move in and then having the people actually licensed in to where they'll have a home. You know it's a critical mission that we're happy to do. We want to do it because it's important for the people. If I were living up there, yeah, I'd be cheering FEMA on. C'mon FEMA, because I'm with you. Because it means that my family is going to be in a temporary housing shelter situation, and I say temporary because they're still working on their permanent housing solution. The people that are, have a temporary facility or temporary trailer, manufactured housing at their home are going to reconstruct their homes. You know the people that were flooded in apartments, the apartment building's gonna get repaired. Or others may want to purchase a mobile home at the end of their temporary and take it to a park. So they're all working on their permanent housing solution too. The overall individual assistance program here has provided over 89 million dollars in grants to home owners that were affected by the Souris River flood in 2011. At the end of this project we anticipate that we're gonna have over 1,100 temporary housing units placed on private property as well as 850 at group sites that were built to support this opperation, and nearly 400 temporary housing units that will be placed in various commercial parks throughout the city of Minot and Ward County.