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Lee County, Florida has 1,900 Chinese drywall-tainted houses on its tax rolls (officially). The true number is uncertain.
With the words “LIPA is broken,” New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has started a legislative push to hand the power company’s operations over to New Jersey-based Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. (PSEG).
Owners of vacation or investment houses on the shore aren’t on FEMA’s list for post-Sandy financial aid. But they are on the list of houses that have to be elevated — now.
Storm surge flooding can be a hurricane’s most dangerous threat, but shore dwellers often don’t appreciate the risk. Now the government hopes to make those risks more clear.
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.
In blunt and sometimes profane language, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is promising to build a continuous dune along his state’s entire barrier island beach front.
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.
Lumber interests are pushing to get North Carolina off the LEED bandwagon.
Federal funds (and sand) are flowing in Delaware, where the Corps of Engineers is ready to put the beaches back the way they were before Sandy — and then some.
Increased premiums included in last year’s flood insurance reform package are starting to make waves in coastal states.
Federal authorities have approved hundreds of millions of dollars of funding to help New York State buy out homeowners in threatened shore areas. But most storm victims would rather rebuild.
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