IOWA TO RECEIVE FEDERAL AID FOR FLOODED ROADS

IOWA TO RECEIVE FEDERAL AID FOR FLOODED ROADS

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Senator Tom Harkin says $750,000 has been awarded to the Iowa Department of Transportation for the repair of federally-aided highways damaged in recent spring storms.

Five northwest Iowa counties were placed in the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Highway Administration’s Emergency Relief Program after flooding on the Missouri, Big Sioux, Rock River, and their tributaries.

Counties affected by this event are: Woodbury, Lyon, Plymouth, Pocahontas, and Sioux.

The Governor’s Office is issuing emergency declarations related to this flooding.