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Schoharie ambulance service getting $25K grant

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When Scho-Wright Ambulance donated an ambulance to a downstate EMS company that lost two to Superstorm Sandy, members knew the gesture would mean forgoing revenue they’d get if it were sold instead. The Schoharie-based rescue agency’s generosity is being rewarded with a Christmas present of sorts: a grant of $25,000 from the Constitution Pipeline Co.’s new community grants program. The company wants to build a major natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to the Schoharie County ...


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