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Impatient Schoharie County supervisors give brewery another month

The former Guilford Mills building located on Aker Drive in Cobleskill. (Gazette file photo)
The former Guilford Mills building located on Aker Drive in Cobleskill. (Gazette file photo)
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Schoharie County supervisors decided on Friday to wait a month before issuing an ultimatum to principals of a brewery operation planned for the former Guilford Mills facility in Cobleskill. The county Board of Supervisors’ Buildings and Purchases Committee sent a resolution to the full board calling for Long House Holdings LLC to put a $50,000, non-refundable deposit on the building’s purchase and take possession of the facility in June. Otherwise, the building would go up ...


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