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Concern over coming hikes in flood insurance premium is spreading along the coastline, as homeowners wake up to the coming increases.
FEMA is changing the rules — and now they want a developer and builder to change their buildings.
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Homeowners on Plum Island, Massachusetts, have the state’s okay to move sand around in a last-ditch effort to save their houses from the ocean. For now.
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