6-21-12 (Duluth, MN) -- Governor Dayton and other state officials got a firsthand look today at the flood devastation in northeastern Minnesota. Speaking in Duluth, Dayton committed all state resources to help cities throughout the region in their recovery process. He added that these disasters are not going to be resolved overnight. The governor says he will do everything he can to make sure the state government is responding. In Duluth alone, Mayor Don Ness is estimating between 50-and-80 million dollars in damages to the city's infrastructure.