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Region responds to downstate call for help in Sandy’s aftermath

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After tropical storms Irene and Lee devastated the area, the United Way of the Greater Capital Region created an emergency and disaster relief fund, where people could donate money to help flood-damaged communities. The fund is still active and now donors can designate their gifts to a new cause: superstorm Sandy relief efforts. “The magnitude of what happened downstate mandated that we get together and help,” said Brian Hassett, president of the United Way of ...

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