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Upstate Town Needs Help

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Governor Cuomo stated that “Upstate Catskill area has the worst damage in the State”.  He also stated floods inundated 6 towns, destroying more then 600 homes damaging 150 major highways, and knocking out 22 NYS bridges. A minimum of 140,000 farm acres were spoiled with a cost of more than $45 million.  Many homes, cars […]

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Prattsville, NY is known by many from Huntington. Huntingtonians have spent time with friends and family members enjoying the outdoors in the immediate area surrounding Prattsville, including skiing at Windham and Hunter Mountains.
Prattsville was first settled around 1763, and was called Schoharie Kill.   An attempt during the American Revolution by the British and their Tory allies […]

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(Northport, NY 8/30/11 4:35pm)
These are some of the things that Hurricane Irene left behind in Centerport/Northport areas.
Some real dangerous and town is on top of it.
PICTURES FROM CENTERPORT / NORTHPORT AREA’S
 

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(Huntington Sta., NY 8/28/11 9:10pm) Irene is gone but she left us some nasty reminders as 400,000+ homes are without power.  These are some of the things we saw.
 

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After the Devastation-Halesite

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(Halesite, NY 8/28/11 8:10pm) Irene is gone but she left us some nasty reminders as 400,000+ homes are without electricity and many are still flooded.
Here are some of the pictures we discovered today.
PICTURES FROM HALESITE
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For Immediate Release
August 26, 2011
Contact:  Mayor Patricia Irving
(631) 261-7098
This is Asharoken Mayor Pat Irving. Supervisor Frank Petrone and I have announced a Voluntary Evacuation of the Village and Eaton’s Neck beginning at 9:00 AM, Saturday morning, August 27th.
“If you have someplace else to go, you should go there”. It is anticipated that the dunes along […]

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Click Here for Hurricane Irene Radar Loop
As of 11PM the center of Irene was about 255 miles south southwest of New York City and moving north northeast at 16 mph.  The maximum sustained winds are 80 mph with higher gusts.  Irene is a large Hurricane with Hurricane force winds extending 85 miles from the center of circulation.  Tropical Storm force winds extend […]

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