HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Hurricane Matthew ended up costing the Horry County School Board more than $1.6 million.
That information comes from a report the finance committee discussed during Wednesday's meeting. It shows the biggest expense was permanent repairs, which totaled nearly $700,000.
Other expenses included storm preparation, inspections, clean-up and temporary repairs.
Insurance and grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency covered a little more than $200,000 of the cost. According to the report, only 19 percent of the insurance claims have been received.
The complete report can be viewed below: