Oct 29, 2015

Costs of historic S.C. flooding still being calculated

Columbia, SC
Charleston, SC
Cassie Cope
Charlotte Observer

South Carolina state senators could tap into state savings to pay for damage and costs associated with this month’s historic flooding, the Senate’s leader said Wednesday...Nearly a month after floods hit South Carolina, state agencies still are calculating the costs associated with the storm, agency leaders told senators Wednesday. The flood affected schools, agriculture, tourism, local governments and water and sewer service.