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Northeast states are still feeling the after-effects of last year’s late-season Hurricane Sandy. But this year’s hurricane season starts next week — and authorities say it could be an active one.
Homeowners in Louisiana’s fragile delta are living outside the Federal levee system — and with FEMA policy changing, they’re worried about the future.
Richard Schifter’s house-with-a-view sits on a beautiful Nantucket bluff. But the ocean isn’t bluffing — and now the cliff is crumbling under Schifter’s footings. So Schifter is hedging his investment and moving the giant house back from the edge of destruction — swimming pool and all.
On the New Jersey shore, well-off beachfront owners are fighting dune construction by public authorities. In New York, the situation is reversed: big-house owners are building their own dunes, over the objections of other townsfolk. The fight is less about the view than about the question: Who owns...
Hurricane Sandy’s effects still being felt. But next year’s hurricane season is approaching — and forecasters expect an active one.
Battered by hurricanes and nor’easters, N.C. 12—the Outer Banks’ fragile lifeline—is on life support.
An Inspector General report says more than half a billion dollars in Hurricane Katrina relief money may have been misspent. Most Katrina victims who were awarded $30,000 apiece to elevate their houses never documented that the work was done.
Expansive new FEMA flood zones have New York and New Jersey residents complaining. But in Vermont, the old maps have left flooded-out homeowners high and dry.
In the Barnegat Bay, side-scanning sonar and “picker” boats are the tools for a tedious cleanup.
Some homeowners may be forced out. Others may be able to rebuild, better. But one thing’s for sure: Things are going to change in Union Beach, New Jersey.
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