CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia has received an additional $1 million in federal grants for debris removal in Greenbrier County after flooding in 2016.

The flooding killed nearly two dozen people.

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West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said the grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will help with property improvements in the county.

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Justice owns the Greenbrier Resort, which was hit hard by the summer 2016 flooding. A professional golf tournament scheduled that year was also canceled.

This additional award is a result of an increase in cost-sharing by FEMA. The grant funding is part of the Public Assistance Grant Program and is meant for debris removal, emergency protective measures and restoring public infrastructure.

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