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Workers gain skills in Schoharie storm cleanup

Teams learn marketable skills in funded program

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Local officials have looked warily at the mangled trees and other debris lining the shores of flooded waterways since tropical storms Irene and Lee left a mess behind. But the quantity of items that could be picked up by high water and cause damage or more flooding is gradually shrinking this summer. Dozens of locals have been hard at work over the past couple of months removing dead vegetation, plastics and tires while putting food ...

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