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Greene Co. completes all Irene-related repairs

Aug 13, 2014 7:06 am
Max Oppen is reporting in the Daily Mail nearly three years since Tropical Storm Irene roared through upstate New York, the Greene County Highway Department has completed all projects stemming from the storm. The highway department has spent more than $17 million for repairs. The county has received more than$ $14 million in reimbursement for the work, with more funds on the way. In other highway department news, roadwork is slated to start on Cairo's Main Street, from the traffic light to the Shingle Kill Bridge, to Hannaford, across Route 32 and up to the intersection of Main Street and Route 23. Work on Route 25 in Haines Falls is scheduled to begin just after Labor Day. Read the full story in The Daily Mail.