September 8, 2011
Crews from the state Department of Transportation clean up Main Street in Fonda after overnight flooding along the Cayadutta Creek. The Fonda Fairgrounds are also shown partially underwater. Meanwhile, waters crept over the banks of the Stockade neighborhood in Schenectady, flooding the lowest lying streets.
Flooding from the Mohawk River overwhelms Park Street at the Montgomery County Department of Public Works.
Debris from last week's flooding along the Mohawk River is partially submerged by the latest round of flooding on Park Street in Fonda.
Water streams out of a storm sewer in from of a Center Street home in Fonda that apparently was put up for sale in the wake of two bouts of severe flooding in the span of less than two weeks.
Ducks swim around the flooded parking lot of the Montgomery County Annex Building on Park Street in Fonda.
Three days after a flood-shortened Fonda Fair wrapped up, the fairgrounds are once again underwater.
The Dairy Bar, an ice cream stand across from the Fonda Fairgrounds, is inundated by water from the Mohawk River once again.
Debris from the Cayadutta Creek remains along Main Street in Fonda after its flood waters abated.
Mud from overnight flooding on the Cayadutta Creek in Fonda clogs up Main Street in the village near the post office.
Crews from the state Department of Transportation clean up Main Street in Fonda after overnight flooding along the Cayadutta Creek..
Stockade resident Pete Stabinski talks to his neighbors this morning along Ingersoll Avenue. Many were stuck in their homes waiting for the waters of the Mohawk River to recede.
On Thursday morning a Stockade resident who lives on Ingersoll Ave. watches the river crest in front of his home.
Rushing waters of the Mohawk River rise at 8:45 a.m. today in front of the Water's Edge Lighthouse Restaurant at 2 Freemans Bridge Road in Glenville.