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Schoharie officials air ideas to handle growing flood threat

Huntersland Road in Middleburgh, where a landslide shut off an evacuation road during flash floods two weeks ago, is seen on Monday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Huntersland Road in Middleburgh, where a landslide shut off an evacuation road during flash floods two weeks ago, is seen on Monday.
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A science-based to-do list is being developed with the goal of protecting Schoharie Valley communities from the continued threat of flooding. Massive inundation from tropical storms Irene and Lee 22 months ago, then the June 14 flash flood that shut down the villages of Schoharie and Middleburgh, are issues on the minds of dozens of officials who gathered Monday to come up with ideas for action. “I think we’ve all realized over the last two ...

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