Report: Virginia needs someone to lead efforts to deal with rising seas and flooding

Richmond Times-Dispatch: The state should name a leader in preparing coastal Virginia for flooding linked to rising sea levels, a new report says. The recommendation is one of about two dozen in the draft report of a subpanel of the Secure Commonwealth Panel, which is advising Gov. Terry McAuliffe on emergency management issues. Rising seas and coastal flooding in Virginia pose threats to waterfront developments; historic areas like Jamestown; low-lying communities; and military bases like Naval Station Norfolk, the world’s......

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