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Volunteers making a difference in Schoharie

Cleanup continues more than a year after floods

Jan Wicha, 21, of Hendersonville, a Junior at RPI, left, and Josh Klimaszewski, 20, of Massapequa, a Junior at RPI, help remove sheetrock from a flooded home in Middleburgh for Make A Difference Day on Saturday, October 27, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Jan Wicha, 21, of Hendersonville, a Junior at RPI, left, and Josh Klimaszewski, 20, of Massapequa, a Junior at RPI, help remove sheetrock from a flooded home in Middleburgh for Make A Difference Day on Saturday, October 27, 2012.
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For sale: a concrete foundation and wood skeleton. The structure on Bridge Street was stripped to its core. A concrete slab gave way to a rectangular hole in the ground, covered with two-by-fours that once held up a floor. Dry, cracked, mud-coated stray pieces of faded pink insulation and rusty nails poked out of the frame. There was frayed wire, scraps of wood, a dented ventilation system and torn pieces of sheetrock in what had ...

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