DOL Awards $3.2 Million Toward South Carolina Storm Recovery

The money will provide temporary employment on projects that help with cleanup, demolition, repair, renovation, and reconstruction of destroyed public structures.

The U.S. Department of Labor has made $3.2 million available as part of the National Dislocated Worker Grant to help South Carolina clean up and recover from severe storms that affected 11 counties. The money will provide temporary employment on projects that help with cleanup, demolition, repair, renovation, and reconstruction of destroyed public structures.

The grant will service approximately 165 workers and will also be used to perform work on the homes of economically disadvantaged individuals who are eligible.

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