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Proposed loan program may tide over flooded Fort Plain businesses

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While Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s promised flood recovery funding trickles through state channels toward devastated property owners, Montgomery County officials are working on temporary help for businesses. “We call it a bridge loan program,” said Montgomery County Economic Development Director Ken Rose. The idea, he said, is simply to provide up to $200,000 in no-interest loans to business owners with the expectation of future state funding. Owners would be able to cut all necessary checks, rebuild, ...


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