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Old mill proposed as brewery location

Housewares and appliances, clothing and other items donated for flood victims take up thousands of square feet of space inside the former Guilford Mills factory building in Cobleskill on Friday. The facility is supposed to be sold in late May to a beer-brewing operation.
Housewares and appliances, clothing and other items donated for flood victims take up thousands of square feet of space inside the former Guilford Mills factory building in Cobleskill on Friday. The facility is supposed to be sold in late May to a beer-brewing operation.
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Tons of furniture, clothing, housewares and appliances, most of it used, still sit in neat rows inside the former Guilford Mills factory building in Cobleskill, part of a massive collection of donations offered for victims of Tropical Storm Irene. Outside, roughly 35 FEMA trailers sit in neat rows, taking up thousands of square feet of parking space. Schoharie County officials are now contemplating what to do with it all, even as flood victims browse to ...


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