The storms that ripped through our area at the end of last month caused about $10 million in damage throughout the state.
The City of Winchester is estimating it's damage at about$200,000. Clean up costs for the city are running right around $135,000. That estimate is from the Fourth of July. Since then, the City has had even more to clean up. Winchester is looking to see if it's eligible to get any federal money to help cover the cost of storm damage.
"Now from this point on we'll wait and hear something from the Virginia Department of Emergency management in regards to what actions we need to take," said City of Winchester Emergency Management Coordinator Lynn Miller.
On July 9th, three different crews were out in three different sections of the City chipping debris for seven hours.
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