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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Southern Utah will get nearly four million dollars in additional funds to help flood damage.
The Federal Highway Administration announced yesterday the money will be used to replace roads and bridges ravaged by floods this spring.
Washington County Commissioner Alan Gardner told The Salt Lake Tribune that the money will definitely be of help.
The funding is part of 80 million dollars handed out nationwide to communities damaged by flooding.
Work is already under way to replace and fix damaged roads and bridges in Washington County.
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