Hoosick Falls gets $2M in state funding

December 22, 2017 05:23 AM

HOOSICK FALLS – Hoosick Falls will get $2 million from the state to help the village recover from flooding.

Back in July, historic rainfall in a few short hours caused the Woods Brook to overflow. Up to $1 million will be made available to remove 13 buildings damaged by the flooding.

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The other $1 million will go towards restoring the flood plain, widening the brook, creating wetlands and installing bigger culverts.



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