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Flood relief effort picks up pace

Interest in previous disasters fading

Mud is piled on Legion Street from the basement of a property there in Fort Plain after floods ravaged the area in late June.
Mud is piled on Legion Street from the basement of a property there in Fort Plain after floods ravaged the area in late June.
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Fort Plain’s recovery is rolling right along, according to American Red Cross response manager Michael Raphael. He led a lively and productive meeting of the Fulton-Montgomery Long Term Recovery Committee Thursday morning, the second since flash floods washed through the village June 28. Gathered in Fort Plain’s United Methodist Church, subcommittees with problems connected with other subcommittees and citizens to find solutions. A lot was done and a lot was planned. But when the focus ...


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