Irene series, 10 years later: The impacts throughout Schenectady, Schoharie, Montgomery counties and beyond

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CAPITAL REGION – Our three-day series on the impacts of tropical storms Irene and Lee on the Capital Region a decade later.

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Capital Region: The one-two punch of Irene and Lee left Capital Region soaked and reeling

Schenectady: Ten years since Irene/Lee, Schenectady neighborhood’s historic designation slogs residential mitigation efforts

Rotterdam Junction: Rotterdam Junction rebuilds from flood, but faces new challenges

Montgomery County: Montgomery County still moving through the paces of recovery

Schoharie Valley: Horrific scenes, tales of resilience still etched in minds of Schoharie Valley residents

Adirondacks: Adirondacks still bear scars of ‘perfect storm’

Meredith Anker’s home at 4 Washington Avenue in the Stockade is seen on Tuesday, August 17, 2021.

Capital Region: The one-two punch of Irene and Lee left Capital Region soaked and reeling

 

Flooding on Ingersoll Avenue in Schenectady’s Stockade section following Tropical Storm Irene on Aug. 29, 2011.

Schenectady: Ten years since Irene/Lee, Schenectady neighborhood’s historic designation slogs residential mitigation efforts

 

Rotterdam Junction fire chief Shawn Taylor stands Aug. 13 near the bike path tunnel under the CSX railway tracks that also serves as a drainage tunnel in case of a flood

Rotterdam Junction: Rotterdam Junction rebuilds from flood, but faces new challenges

 

Ann Peconie stands in front of former site of the Elwood Museum at Lock 11 in Amsterdam

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Montgomery County: Montgomery County still moving through the paces of recovery

 

Cleanup after Irene in 2011, left; Leslie Price, Schoharie resident, village clerk/treasurer and owner of J. Lacy Unisex Hair Salon and Barber Shop, shows how high flood water rose inside her salon

Schoharie Valley: Horrific scenes, tales of resilience still etched in minds of Schoharie Valley residents

 

Jarrid Gonyea and his wife Michelle Gonyea of Wilmington , N.Y., check out storm damage on Hurricane Rd. caused by Tropical Storm Irene in the Town of Keene , N.Y., Monday, Aug. 29, 2011. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)

Adirondacks: Adirondacks still bear scars of ‘perfect storm’

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