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2021 Whatcom flood victims face rising housing costs, homelessness

'So much for the American Dream'

Tony Chunkapura sits in the gutted living room of his Everson home.
Tony Chunkapura sits in the gutted living room of his Everson home May 4. A year and a half after floods ravaged much of northern Whatcom County, Chunkapura is selling his uninhabitable home to the county and moving away. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Standing in the joint kitchen/living room of her 100-square-foot RV, 53-year-old Whatcom County resi
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