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Schoharie County projects pushed by Mohawk Valley council

Group also seeks money for Tryon redevelopment

 A flood damaged storefront on Main Street in Middleburgh on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 after devestating flooding in the region.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A flood damaged storefront on Main Street in Middleburgh on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 after devestating flooding in the region.
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• $1.3M sought for lower State Street plan. • Port of Coeymans to host Tappan Zee assembly plant. The Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council is looking to receive state aid for several proposed projects in Schoharie County that would boost the area’s agriculture industry and help rebuild after Tropical Storm Irene. The council has endorsed priority projects it believes deserve funding from the state to spur economic development in rural Fulton and Schoharie counties. ...

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