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Group to chart path to healing in Fort Plain

Ideas suggested for village recovery

From left, Matt Ossenfort of Habitat for Humanity, Michael Raphael of the American Red Cross and Nicole Yaeggle of the  Montgomery County Department of Social Services lead the Fulton Montgomery Long Term Recovery Committee's meeting Thursday, the group's first since flash-flooding in Fort Plain.
From left, Matt Ossenfort of Habitat for Humanity, Michael Raphael of the American Red Cross and Nicole Yaeggle of the Montgomery County Department of Social Services lead the Fulton Montgomery Long Term Recovery Committee's meeting Thursday, the group's first since flash-flooding in Fort Plain.
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The Fulton Montgomery Long Term Recovery Committee swung into action Thursday morning, pulling together roughly 50 community leaders and local volunteers to chart Fort Plain’s path to healing. The chairman of the committee, Red Cross response manager Michael Raphael, led the meeting from a seat in Fort Plain’s United Methodist Church. “We want to centralize,” he said. “We want to organize so we can do this in the most efficient possible way.” Since Otsquago Creek ...


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