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Cuomo pitches $12M federal flood recovery program in Cobleskill

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo shakes hands with Middleburgh Town Supervisor James S. Buzon at a meeting of NY Rising Communities at SUNY Cobleskill on Tuesday afternoon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo shakes hands with Middleburgh Town Supervisor James S. Buzon at a meeting of NY Rising Communities at SUNY Cobleskill on Tuesday afternoon.
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Schoharie County communities still recovering from tropical storms Irene and Lee have eight months to craft a flood recovery and resiliency plan to win up to $12 million in available federal funds. The key to winning the money, though, is to come up with ideas that will help prevent devastating flood damage in the future, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said to about 50 local officials in Cobleskill on Tuesday. Inside SUNY Cobleskill’s Frisbie Hall, he explained ...


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