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Schoharie County communities prioritize uses for flood relief money

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On its path through the heart of the village of Middleburgh, Gorge Creek takes a thousand-foot trip underground in a 5-foot diameter pipe. “It goes right under the school,” said Middleburgh Department of Public Works Superintendent Dale Nunamann. “That’s not good.” Nunamann chatted with other Schoharie County residents in the basement of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Middleburgh on Thursday evening during one of several NY Rising public comment meetings. He talked about that thousand-foot ...

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