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FEMA says no to Blenheim road repair

Town officials say assistance had been promised

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A rural road left teetering on the edge of a ravine in 2011 will stay “as is” while the town of Blenheim fights for federal disaster assistance. Cole Hollow Road sits on the edge of a 100-foot ravine, high above Cole Brook, which turned into a raging torrent during Tropical Storm Irene’s incessant rainfall. Roughly 12 homes were cut off when that creek tore through the lower portion of Cole Hollow Road near Route 30, ...


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