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Sumas resident faces ‘a nightmare’ after 2021 floods

Canceled insurance contracts mean higher costs, lesser coverage

Nicole Miller's two-bedroom home was lifted off its foundation for repairs following the floods in Sumas in November. There are only a few companies in Whatcom capable of lifting Miller's home onto stilts. One tried to charge Miller over $30
Nicole Miller's two-bedroom home was lifted off its foundation for repairs following the floods in Sumas in November. There are only a few companies in Whatcom capable of lifting Miller's home onto stilts. One tried to charge Miller over $30 (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
It’s been more than five months since Nicole Miller lost her Sumas home.  The two-bedroom, one-ba
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