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Expert fears Mohawk Harbor flooding

Developer committed to ‘project done right’

The former American Locomotive Co. site is seen from across the Mohawk River in Scotia.
The former American Locomotive Co. site is seen from across the Mohawk River in Scotia.
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A local expert on the Mohawk River believes the proposed Mohawk Harbor project could increase flooding in the Stockade neighborhood unless changes are made. John Garver, a professor of geology at Union College and a main researcher on local flooding, spent the last several weeks analyzing the project. He filed his concerns with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which was soliciting public comment on the project and made public a great deal of data ...


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ChuckD
August 16, 2014
12:41 a.m.

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"The college has declined to take a stance on the project and the proposed casino that would be built next to it. However, the college said it was generally in favor of revitalization."
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This means Union College is rolling its collective eyeballs at you, Schenectady.
Roll 'em!

mezz3131
August 16, 2014
9:25 a.m.

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How many times do we have to hear this guy's opinion. He must be the smartest guy in the world because he seems to be the only one with this opinion. His opinion must have been printed at least ten times in this paper. I wonder who in the stockade has ties to this guy if he isn't a stockade resident himself.....

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