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Charleston Supervisor Walters, 49, dies

Board chairman, logger came to aid of flood victims

Seen here in the orange T-shirt, Charleston Supervisor Shayne Walters took officials on a tour in the Schoharie Creek following the flooding last September. Walters died Monday.
Seen here in the orange T-shirt, Charleston Supervisor Shayne Walters took officials on a tour in the Schoharie Creek following the flooding last September. Walters died Monday.
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County Board of Supervisors Chairman and Charleston Town Supervisor Shayne Walters died Monday morning after a monthslong struggle with cancer. “It was very rapid,” said his mother, Jean Walters, “No one expected it. We all thought he was doing so well.” Walters was diagnosed with colon cancer in January, and had been undergoing radiation and chemotherapy treatments in the months since. Jean Walters said the radiation helped, giving the family hope, but the chemotherapy overcame ...


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