PORTAGE, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – The EF-2 tornado that hit Portage in early May did at least $3 million in damage, according to the city. Chief operating officer Adam Herringa says the city is using their rainy day fund for the costs, and he is hoping the costs don’t increase much.

The $3 million in damage is just to city property and not homes and businesses. Herringa says their biggest cost has been for traffic signals and other public infrastructure.

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Clean up efforts could take months, according to Herringa, but a sizable amount of junk and debris was picked up in May.