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Hardware needs may stall office complex fixes

East Coast damage from Sandy’s chaos affects supply lines

A gate was erected at the outset of a $9.1 million post-flood rebuilding project for Schoharie County's office complex on Main Street. (Edward Munger Jr./Gazette reporter)
A gate was erected at the outset of a $9.1 million post-flood rebuilding project for Schoharie County's office complex on Main Street. (Edward Munger Jr./Gazette reporter)
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A shortage of construction equipment due to Hurricane Sandy repair priorities is among several factors expected to slow Schoharie County’s office space rebuilding from Tropical Storm Irene. Offices including the county clerk, DMV, treasurer and real property were relocated about the county after last year’s massive flooding swamped the village. Schoharie County Treasurer William Cherry, serving as flood recovery coordinator, said Hurricane Sandy’s destruction on the East Coast is expected to cause a squeeze on ...

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