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FEMA to foot $7 million of Schoharie County repair bill

County office complex damaged by Tropical Storm Irene

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to provide almost $7 million for repairs to the Schoharie County Office Complex. The funding is part of almost $30 million in federal money announced Thursday afternoon for sites throughout the state, including the Erie Canal locks, damaged by tropical storms Irene and Lee and Superstorm Sandy. Distributing the money falls to the state government, which will also pay a portion of the project costs. According to Schoharie ...


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