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Agencies to return to Schoharie County offices

State, federal money paid for $5M in repairs

In this June 2013 photo, Schoharie County Treasurer Bill Cherry stands next to the generator room door that failed as nearly 17 feet of floodwater inundated the Schoharie County Office Complex on Main Street in Schoharie during Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
In this June 2013 photo, Schoharie County Treasurer Bill Cherry stands next to the generator room door that failed as nearly 17 feet of floodwater inundated the Schoharie County Office Complex on Main Street in Schoharie during Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011.
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Roughly two dozen county employees displaced by Tropical Storm Irene will be heading back to work in Schoharie after nearly two years in other quarters. Vacated after it took on several feet of floodwater in late August 2011, the Schoharie County Office Complex is being filled with furniture, cabinets and people following about $5 million in repairs paid for by the state and federal governments. “This is a real milestone,” said Bill Cherry, county treasurer ...


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