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Middleburgh to spend $10K to lure new businesses

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The village of Middleburgh is earmarking $10,000 in grant money to try to lure a new pharmacy or grocery store to town to replace stores lost to last year’s flooding.

The grant is part of a $222,500 pot of state money fueling a post-flood recovery plan announced this week by Mayor Matthew Avitabile.

The village is getting a boost from the regional flood recovery organization SALT, which dispatched a VISTA worker to help organize ...

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