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Schoharie County to reconsider stream-damage funding

Towns’ responsibility in projects raised

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Schoharie County supervisors will revisit their decision to risk spending up to $6 million to repair $24 million in stream damage wrought by Tropical Storm Irene. The county board has scheduled a special meeting for 6 p.m. Tuesday in the board chambers to discuss the funding for stream work. In an unusual unanimous vote, the board last month agreed to act as sponsor for 11 projects aimed at stabilizing creeks and streams, including several stretches ...


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