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Group starts Rebuilding Days in Fort Plain

Homeowners Don and Mila Failing, right, stand and watch as Nadya Fraleigh, 17 years old, of Burnt Hills, volunteers to help strip their home of flood-damaged floor boards on Abbott Street in Fort Plain on Saturday, August 31, 2013 during the Fulton Montgomery County Long Term Recovery Committee's first Community Rebuilding Day.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Homeowners Don and Mila Failing, right, stand and watch as Nadya Fraleigh, 17 years old, of Burnt Hills, volunteers to help strip their home of flood-damaged floor boards on Abbott Street in Fort Plain on Saturday, August 31, 2013 during the Fulton Montgomery County Long Term Recovery Committee's first Community Rebuilding Day.
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Down a street that no longer exists, across from a creek that dribbles by low and slow, past lawns with construction tape and soggy lumber, Gail Adamoschek stood on a wooden porch Saturday and looked out a window covered in plastic at a torrent of rain. The pastor at River of Jubilee Church in Sprakers knows a lot about this house on Abbott Street, though it’s not hers. “I know that the room on the ...


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