Six months later, a reporter returns to the flood-ravaged Catskills

In a radio broadcast aired today, Dave Lucas, WAMC’s Hudson Valley bureau chief, checked in with some of the people he spoke to shortly after Irene’s floods raged across upstate New York.

Lucas found that life isn’t quite back to normal yet for flooded-out Goshen farmer John Glebocki, who is still in financial limbo as he waits for crop insurance and grants to come through. Or for Michael Koegel, proprietor of the Mama’s Boy coffeeshop in Phoenicia, where one of the main bridges into town is still out of commission.

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Source: via @AndyArthur

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