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Schoharie County designated as ‘Storm Ready’

Federal program touts disaster planning

Schoharie County Emergency Management Director Kevin Neary holds up one of several new signs the county earned with its recent designation under the National Weather Service's StormReady program.
Schoharie County Emergency Management Director Kevin Neary holds up one of several new signs the county earned with its recent designation under the National Weather Service's StormReady program.
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Schoharie is the latest New York county that will proudly display new signs to recognize strides made toward preparing for weather-related disasters. Schoharie County Emergency Management Director Kevin Neary on Friday announced the National Weather Service approved the county’s application under the StormReady program, a designation he said reflects disaster planning progress made in the 18 months since tropical storms Irene and Lee inundated the Schoharie Valley. StormReady is a nationwide program aimed at using ...


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