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Schoharie County to get back $3M spent on roads

FEMA reimbursement was not expected

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More than $3 million that Schoharie County has already spent to rebuild two roadways after last year’s flooding disasters will be coming back to the county following FEMA funding approvals announced Friday. Hauverville and Bear Ladder roads cost about $1.97 million and $1.37 million, respectively, to put back together, according to an announcement from New York’s congressional representatives. “I applaud FEMA for doing the right thing by stepping up to the plate and covering a ...


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