GRAND RAPIDS, MI (WTVB) - The flooding on the Grand River last month did an estimated ten-point-six million dollars in damage in Kent County. The Kent County Emergency Management supervisors released the updated numbers yesterday. Earlier estimates put the damage at eleven-million in Grand Rapids and just over six-million elsewhere in the county. Governor Snyder included Grand Rapids and Kent County in a "state of disaster" declaration, and it's expected he will ask President Obama for a federal declaration.
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