South Carolina getting $157 million in federal aid to recover from severe flooding

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The funds will help with unmet housing, economic development, and infrastructure needs after thousands of homes and small businesses were damaged or destroyed last October.

March 11, 2016
South Carolina getting $157 million in federal aid to recover from severe flooding

Flood in Sumpter County, S.C., in 2015. Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture/Creative Commons.

South Carolina will receive nearly $157 million in federal aid to help pay for the recovery from floods during the fall of 2015.

The funds will help with unmet housing, economic development, and infrastructure needs after thousands of homes and small businesses were damaged or destroyed last October.

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