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For some in Rotterdam Junction, renewal, for others, regrets

ROTTERDAM JUNCTION

For some in Rotterdam Junction, renewal, for others, regrets

Resilience is part of Dan Hladik’s story. For Norm Torres, renovation and renewal are points for discussion. Dick and Marion Whalen talk about relocation. And a little regret.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Irene’s less dramatic flood victims seek recovery

Two years later, Montgomery County’s recovery is hard to quantify.

Valley sees progress, and change, in Irene's wake

SCHOHARIE

Valley sees progress, and change, in Irene's wake

Irene slammed into the Capital Region on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011, two days after it began lashing the southern part of the state. Ten days later, massive rainfall from Tropical Storm Lee added insult to injury, inundating the Capital Region on Wednesday, Sept. 7. Between the two deluges, two tornadoes touched down in Montgomery County on Sept. 4.

Chef's Dinner nourishes Schoharie flood relief

SCHOHARIE

Chef's Dinner nourishes Schoharie flood relief

The only guarantee at Saturday's Bounty of the County Chef's Dinner was six courses of food and a chance to help recovery efforts in Schoharie County from flooding in 2011.

Agencies to return to Schoharie County offices

SCHOHARIE

Agencies to return to Schoharie County offices

Roughly two dozen county employees displaced by Tropical Storm Irene will be heading back to work in Schoharie after nearly two years in other quarters.

BLENHEIM

FEMA says no to Blenheim road repair

A rural road left teetering on the edge of a ravine in 2011 will stay “as is” while the town of Blenheim fights for federal disaster assistance.

Rotterdam Junction flood victims sue state

ROTTERDAM JUNCTION

Rotterdam Junction flood victims sue state

Nearly five dozen Rotterdam Junction property owners have filed a civil claim against New York, claiming the state Canal Corp.’s failure to adequately prepare for high-water events along the Mohawk River led them to incur more than $4.6 million in damages from flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011.

ROTTERDAM JUNCTION

Rotterdam Junction property owners suing state over 2011 flooding

Nearly five dozen Rotterdam Junction property owners have filed a civil claim against New York state, claiming the state Canal Corp.'s failure to adequately prepare for high water events along the Mohawk River caused them to incur more than $4.6 million in damages as a result of flooding from Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011.

MIDDLEBURGH

Middleburgh getting back to business

A new craft beer brewery will be opening this fall on Main Street in Middleburgh, while a new auto body shop is already up and running. Both are expected to boost the village’s post-flood recovery.

SCHOHARIE

Puzzle contest to aid Schoharie Valley flood relief

Businesses in Schoharie County are joining forces with the flood recovery organization SALT to help draw guests and donations for the valley, which is still reeling from flood damage from the storms of 2011.

SCHOHARIE

Schoharie housing project gets $4M boost

The village of Schoharie will soon see scores of new residents thanks to nearly $4 million in tax credits and low-interest government loans allotted to a Main Street housing development.

SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Post-Irene stream bed work approaching start

Design plans for Schoharie County’s massive post-Irene stream reconstruction project reached a milestone Friday and officials this week said work is expected to begin within months.

SCHOHARIE COUNTY

FEMA to foot $7 million of Schoharie County repair bill

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to provide almost $7 million for repairs to the Schoharie County Office Complex.

SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Disaster prep is key to Schoharie County farm grants

Schoharie County farmers can get up to $50,000 from a new matching grant program, but they have to be prepared for the next disaster to qualify for the money.

Fundraising effort will help flood victims get back home

MIDDLEBURGH

Fundraising effort will help flood victims get back home

SALT Director Sarah Goodrich announced Thursday the end of a successful campaign sparked by Cobleskill-based Fenimore Asset Management.

Flooded Schoharie County homes to come down

SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Flooded Schoharie County homes to come down

Demolition will begin next month on 37 homes approved last month for a federal hazard mitigation program, shrinking the population near the Schoharie Creek and other waterways in Schoharie County.

CAPITAL REGION

Irene, Lee aid likely with federal billions for Sandy recovery

Local post-flood rebuilding efforts would get a multimillion-dollar boost under a recovery plan New York state submitted to the federal government Tuesday.

Schoharie fire department unveils temporary home

SCHOHARIE

Schoharie fire department unveils temporary home

It may just be a pole barn, but the new three-bay garage serving as the temporary home of Niagara Engine Co. No. 6 is more than a building; it’s a symbol of gradual flood recovery.

SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Deadline nears for flood relief donation pledge

A quarter-million dollars in donations for flood victims will turn into $500,000 if Schoharie Area Long Term can raise the last $15,000 by the end of the month.

Insurance cost hike faces Irene, Lee flood victims

SCHOHARIE

Insurance cost hike faces Irene, Lee flood victims

The cost of flood insurance will shoot up this year as a federal law that changed the program takes effect.

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