September 29, 2011
Residents and small business owners crowded into the Rotterdam Junction firehouse Wednesday night for a town hall meeting led by Congressman Paul Tonko, who brought representatives of numerous agencies to the session to help answer flood-related questions.
Sitting in the audience, Claudia Nilsen was concerned about the conditions for demolishing her mother's home.
Crowd fills the Rotterdam Junction firehouse for a town hall meeting which focused on the recent flooding of the Mohawk River.
The hands were up frequently as many had questions at the town hall meeting held at the Rotterdam Junction firehouse on Wednesday.
People stood and sat at the Rotterdam Junction firehouse to attend the Wednesday evening town hall meeting.
Pat Bellrose, with microphone, worried about how the flood will impact local taxpayers who are faced with new additional costs. Seated to her right is her husband, Ken.
Coordinating the Wednesday evening town hall session was Congressman Paul Tonko, who brought representatives of numerous agencies to the session to help answer flood related questions.
Mike Miller, speaking at the town hall meeting, was concerned about the effect of flooding and its aftermath on small business owners.