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Irene: Schoharie Crossing gets state money to fix flood damage

Bob Kuhn, assistant regional director for the state Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation, shows Friday where the Schoharie Crossing Historic Site parking lot was damaged by flooding last summer and revealed old fort remains.
Bob Kuhn, assistant regional director for the state Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation, shows Friday where the Schoharie Crossing Historic Site parking lot was damaged by flooding last summer and revealed old fort remains.
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The Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site has received $95,000 from the state to rebuild its parking lot and replace interpretive signs, all lost to last summer’s floods. Approximately $75,000 will be used to install a new parking lot south of the visitor center on land off Schoharie Street. The remainder of the grant will be used to restore and replace signs that tell the story of the Erie Canal. Brian U. Stratton, director of the ...

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