By Bria Brown

(WNEM) — Michigan will receive more than $25 million from the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to help with repairs from the May floods in Gladwin and Midland Counties.

It is part of $574 million in emergency relief funds approved by the Trump administration.

“This $574 million in federal funding will help states repair and rebuild roads and bridges damaged from natural disasters,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao.

Michigan will receive $25,363,229 for the May floods, and $1,030,381 for flooding that happened across Lake Count in July.

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