CLARK CO., Ind. (WHAS11) -- Clark County, Ind. has spent $825,000 just to clear out streams clogged with debris from the March 2 tornadoes.
Much of the work is being funded by a federal grant but the Clark County commission is responsible for paying 25 percent of the cleanup costs.
Even with all the work that's been done so far county consultant Jill Oca says there's still an estimated $300,000 of work left to be done on more permanent repairs, including fixing storm-damaged roads.
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