R.M. of Stanley public works crews have been hard at work dealing with overland flooding damage issues since Canada Day's heavy rainfall.

C.A.O. Terry Penner says they have been out in full force assessing the situation, and at this point have identified over 130 sites with some level of damage. He noted the majority will only need a blade and a load of gravel to address. 

With that said, there are several culverts that lifted and will need replacing, and several that just washed out. The only major culvert identified, so far is, a 9 foot diameter culvert south of Morden that lifted and washed out. 

Penner added crop damage from the flooding this week is significant throughout the municipality, but most prominent east of the escarpment.