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Schoharie County Residents Celebrate Progress Since Irene

On September 1, 2016, Posted by , In Media Coverage, With No Comments

Time Warner Cable News Click here for video Schoharie County Residents Celebrate Progress Since Irene By Michael Howard Updated Monday, August 29, 2016 at 05:59 AM CDT Schoharie County residents gathered Sunday to remember and celebrate the progress that’s been made in the five years since Tropical Storm Irene devastated…

Schoharie County residents reflect on recovery efforts since Irene

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The Daily Gazette Schoharie County residents reflect on recovery efforts since Irene By Brett Samuels    August 28, 2016 MIDDLEBURGH — Schoharie County residents and community leaders gathered in Middleburgh on Sunday in a spot that was underwater at the same time five years ago. They joined together to reflect…

The day the alarms went off at the Gilboa Dam

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The Daily Gazette The day the alarms went off at the Gilboa Dam Sarah Roberts   August 28, 2016 Early on the morning of Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011, in Schoharie County, heavy rain fell from dark skies as Hurricane Irene climbed up the Eastern Seaboard. The storm had already done irreparable…

SALT celebrates progress in Schoharie since Tropical Storm Irene

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WNYT Click here for video SALT celebrates progress in Schoharie since Tropical Storm Irene August 28, 2016, 6:50 P.M. SCHOHARIE — It’s been five years since Tropical Storm Irene made landfall, causing devastation in parts of the Capital Region. On Sunday, Schoharie Area Long Term, or SALT, held an event…

SALT celebrates progress since Irene, plans for the future

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News10 Click here for video SALT celebrates progress since Irene, plans for the future August 28, 2016 SCHOHARIE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Sunday marked the fifth anniversary of Tropical Storm Irene sweeping through the Capital Region, bringing heavy rain and flooding. In Schoharie, people gathered together to remember all that has…

Hurricane Irene ripped through New York five years ago today

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News10 Click here for video Hurricane Irene ripped through New York five years ago today By Nick Fusaro  August 28, 2016 NEW YORK (NEWS10) – Sunday marks the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Irene. The 2011 storm ripped through several parts of New York. Governor Cuomo sent out a statement about this…

Community looks to future after flood

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Times Union Community looks to future after flood Celebration of area’s recovery Sunday By Bethany Bump   Published 9:01 pm, Friday, August 26, 2016 Middleburgh What kind of future would you envision for your community five years after a devastating flood rips it apart? That’s what the Schoharie Area Long…

SALT To Mark Fifth Anniversary Of Irene

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The Mountain Eagle SALT To Mark Fifth Anniversary Of Irene August 24, 2016 MIDDLEBURGH—This coming weekend marks the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Irene as communities which saw its devastation remember and celebrate their resiliency, the strength of the human spirit and continuing recovery. Schoharie Area Long Term (SALT) Recovery will…

On the Trail: An Article on the Trail Study Project, from the Times Journal

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Bounty of the County Market Radio Interview

On June 9, 2016, Posted by , In Media Coverage, With No Comments

SALT Executive Director Sarah Goodrich and AmeriCorps VISTA Joanna Ostroot were recently interviewed by Ed Sherlock of WSDE 94.3 & AM-1190 Cobleskill about SALT’s upcoming event, the 4th Annual Bounty of the County Market.