Hampton Roads to receive more than $2 million to fix roads

Flooding on Chancellor Dr. in the Windsor Woods neighborhood of Virginia Beach following Hurricane Matthew. Storm victims can help get federal assistance by visiting one of several Disaster Recovery Centers that have been set up across Hampton Roads.
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NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- U.S. Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine announced on Wednesday that Hampton Roads will receive more than $2 million to assist in fixing roads and land damaged by Hurricane Matthew. 

The first $2 million, given by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), will go to VDOT to help with fixing federal-aid highways and roads on federal land in Southampton County, cities in Chesapeake, Suffolk and Norfolk. 

The second amount totaling $201,300 will go to the Virginia Fish and Wildlife Service to fix similar issues in Virginia Beach, Suffolk and Gates County.


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