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WAMC New York News
Thu September 1, 2011
Schoharie County Trying To Clean Up Amid Lack of Infomation
By Ryan Delaney
Albany, NY – Several thousand residents remain without power and running water in rural Schoharie County. Many, too, are still in emergency shelters. Those trying to return home and start the clean-up process are doing so amid a lack of information. WAMC's Ryan Delaney spoke with Marty Rosen, a reporter for watershedpost.com, in the hard-hit town of Blenheim.
Those trying to access information from emergency officials can call 518-337-4093, 518-337-4094 or 518-337-4095. Or visit the Schoharie County Emergency Services Facebook page.