Two-year college officials say the costs included providing methadone and other treatments for heroin and other drug addictions.
The cost also includes reimbursement for evacuees who needed medical treatments such as kidney dialysis or who had left
their medications at home.
Expenses also including repairing and replacing recreational
equipment damaged or destroyed in the school gymnasiums where most of the shelters were set up.
School officials say most of the expenses were for salaries for
two-year college employees and to clean the facilities after the
evacuees had returned home.