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$20M stream restoration project in Schoharie County still on hold

17 property owners yet to sign off

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Fewer than 20 property owners are holding up more than $20 million in post-disaster stream restoration that won’t likely get done before the spring rains. Portions of the Little Schoharie Creek, the Line Creek, the Platter Kill and a tributary off Dave Brown Mountain Road remain in the same “unstable” condition Mother Nature left them in 28 months ago, and the National Resources Conservation Service is funding a $21 million project to restore them. Contractors ...


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