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Montgomery County flood victims start getting checks

104 local payments totaling $1.4 million follow June disaster

From left, state Sen. Cecilia Tkaczyk, Montgomery County Board of Supervisors Chairman John Thayer, county Emergency Management Director Adam Schwabrow and State Emergency Management Office Regional Director Shannon Green-Finegan tour flood-ravaged Abbott Street in Fort Plain on July 3.
From left, state Sen. Cecilia Tkaczyk, Montgomery County Board of Supervisors Chairman John Thayer, county Emergency Management Director Adam Schwabrow and State Emergency Management Office Regional Director Shannon Green-Finegan tour flood-ravaged Abbott Street in Fort Plain on July 3.
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More than $1.4 million was handed out Thursday to Montgomery County businesses, individuals and farmers affected by flooding earlier this summer. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced 1,206 state aid checks worth $13.6 million were being sent to Mohawk Valley flooding victims. There were 104 checks sent out in Montgomery County, with about two-thirds of the checks going to homeowners. Checks were able to be distributed about two months after the flooding as the result of the ...


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