Sanford receives over $1 million from FEMA
A village in Midland County has been awarded more than one million dollars from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to rebuild a park that was destroyed in floods.
The federal funding will go toward restoring a 24-acre park in Sanford that was leveled in historic flooding in May of 2020.
The money will go to repair a number of areas of the park, including the pavilion, playground equipment, and bleachers.
The project also plans to add additional baseball fields and a dog park.