In Sandy’s wake, houses are raised higher, but roads still could flood

Press of Atlantic City: Raising houses in flood-prone areas has been a key part of rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Sandy. As the sea level continues to rise, however, experts warn there will come a time when, while the houses are safer from flooding, the roads and land around them could be inundated by twice-daily tides. Many of the lowest-lying communities along the South Jersey coast already see this when the moon is new or full. Examples include North Surrey and Harvard avenues in Ventnor Heights, or the......

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