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Repairs slow at Guy Park Manor

Flood damage not expected to be fixed until 2016

NYS Canal Corporation Director Brian Stratton, looks over the interior construction of the new lockhouse that was built at Lock 11 Guy Park Manor in Amsterdam.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
NYS Canal Corporation Director Brian Stratton, looks over the interior construction of the new lockhouse that was built at Lock 11 Guy Park Manor in Amsterdam.
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Two years after massive floodwaters damaged locks along the Mohawk River and Erie Canal, progress is being made in repairing the locks and their support structures. The state is also heading toward repairs of Guy Park Manor, the 240-year-old building alongside Lock 11 that was nearly gutted by the 2011 floods caused by tropical storms Irene and Lee. The building once served as a meeting place for Colonists and Indians. Contractors are putting finishing touches ...


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