In May, flooding in Mercer County caused some serious damage to roadways. First News senior reporter Gerry Richuitti is in Greenville with more on how the city plans to pay for the repairs. These details are NEW at noon. [22461]20191011 GRNVILE NOON LL-EXSG GERRY: Its been months now since we saw scattered heavy storms come rumbling through the mahoning and shenango valleys, washing out roads like this one in Greenville. VO GERRY: One of those we said is Lightseniser alley in Greenville, which was washed out in early June the road is now finally being replaced, its costing this small community about 800 thousand dollars but because Greenville did not qualify for state or federal funding the money is coming from a reserve fund collected by gasoline taxes locally. GERRY: Coming up tonight, we’ll talk to neighbors of this roadway that’s being replaced. Also, we’ll hear from local officials who are hoping mother nature behaves for a while and let’s them save some more gas tax money. In Greenville Gerry Richutti, WKBN 27 First News.