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Hoping for a flood of money: Cash needed to repair storm-damaged homes

Volunteers serve lunch at the First Reformed Church of Schoharie to people cleaning out flood damaged houses.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Volunteers serve lunch at the First Reformed Church of Schoharie to people cleaning out flood damaged houses.
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Paul Reynolds estimates that it will cost $60,000 to $70,000 to repair his flood-damaged home. But he’s unsure how he’s going to pay for it. His FEMA money, about $28,000, is almost gone, and in December, his job as a custodian for the Old Stone Fort Museum in Schoharie was cut from full-time to part-time. Fortunately for Reynolds, there is help. Volunteers have been assisting him with the work on his house. And a new ...

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