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Schoharie building’s recovery called a community effort

Amber Nicholson of Schoharie, left, and Cinnamon Snyder of Central Bridge book appointments Wednesday at the You're Worth It Salon and Day Spa, one of several business shuttered by Tropical Storm Irene last year that have found a new home on Main Street in Schoharie.
Amber Nicholson of Schoharie, left, and Cinnamon Snyder of Central Bridge book appointments Wednesday at the You're Worth It Salon and Day Spa, one of several business shuttered by Tropical Storm Irene last year that have found a new home on Main Street in Schoharie.
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Just more than a year ago, business activity in the flood-soaked village of Schoharie shut down. But one by one, landowners and proprietors are finding their way home, and it’s a return that wouldn’t be possible without the help of a wide network of volunteers and agencies, as well as a multimillion-dollar grant program put forth by utility National Grid. Company representatives gathered with officials and business owners Wednesday to celebrate another successful recovery at ...


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