I saw this online and thought, "You know, I kind of live in a flood zone. I wonder what it must be like to be told to leave so the government can demolish your entire town."
"Sometimes we get people who drive through town ... and shake their head in disbelief," Bolsinger said.
Workers prepared structures for demolition this week. Next week, bulldozers will seal Elkport's fate.
As many as 27 homes, the old general store and the stone elementary school will be flattened. The historic bank and at least one home must still be cleared for destruction by the state historical society. The future of the church is uncertain.
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