PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - More than $151,000 raised to help property owners in South Dakota's capital city recover from 2011 Missouri River flooding has been distributed.

KCCR radio reports that the money was collected through various fundraisers in Pierre. The money was allocated last fall and distribution is now complete. The money went to 66 people or families.

Chairman Don Block says the Oahe Long-Term Disaster Recovery Team is discontinuing regular meetings but will get together again in June to see if there are any unmet flood recovery needs.

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