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Along the “Delmarva” shore, coastal residents are pushing back against intensive development of the waterfront and beach.
A governor’s commission is split on whether the state should require fire-resistance measures for homes in the urban-wildland interface.
A nor’easter took their homes away. Now, Plum Island property owners near Boston, Mass., are pondering their options.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has adopted FEMA’s tough new advisory flood maps for the New Jersey rebuilding. But he also says the maps may be eased when the final version comes out. Is he right?
If you want to know how big a deal coastal construction and zoning regulations can be, you don’t have to look further than the tree house at Angelinos Sea Lodge, a bed-and-breakfast getaway at Holmes Beach on Anna Maria Island, Fla.
FEMA’s new flood maps for New York are coming out, and the new boundaries extend over more properties.
New York City authorities are planning to re-draw the maps that define the areas in the city at risk from flood.
Rebuilding will not mean simply putting back what was there — in many cases, homes will have to comply with tougher standards than before.
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