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Schoharie flood cleanup effort will provide jobs

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Tons of debris the Schoharie Creek left in its wake after last year’s flooding will be turned into decent money for unemployed people, many of whom lost their jobs thanks to tropical storms Irene and Lee. Officials are hiring them to clean up the creek, and asking people with debris-cluttered property along the creek to visit their town or village clerk’s office for an application and release form to give permission for the work. The ...

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