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Rising from the mud

Clerks see Schoharie County’s disaster recovery

Schoharie County Clerk Indica Jaycox conducts a tour of post-flood remodeling at the Schoharie County Office Complex on Main Street in Schoharie on Thursday.
Schoharie County Clerk Indica Jaycox conducts a tour of post-flood remodeling at the Schoharie County Office Complex on Main Street in Schoharie on Thursday.
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Not long after Tropical Storm Irene plastered the Schoharie Valley with floodwater, county clerks across the state started following the county’s rebuilding progress through slide shows and updates from their Schoharie-based colleague, Indica Jaycox. She’s served up depressing photos of the Main Street office building’s mud-soaked mess at meetings of the state County Clerks Association during the past two years. On Thursday, several county clerks got a tour of the remodeled offices and a chance ...


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