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Irene: State to help restore streams

Schoharie County to get $5M to fix storm damage

Burtonsville 9.22.11 Tons of stone, trees and debris block a side channel of the
Schoharie Creek in Burtonsville on Thursday.
Burtonsville 9.22.11 Tons of stone, trees and debris block a side channel of the Schoharie Creek in Burtonsville on Thursday.
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State funding — including more than $5 million for Schoharie County — will relieve taxpayers of the local share of costs for projects to restore streams damaged during last year’s tropical storms. State officials on Friday announced a total of $16 million from the New York Works program that will help more than 20 counties repair damage with the help of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. The announcement is big news ...


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