Not to mention that Breezy Point (NY), leveled by fire, was a community of beachfront summer shacks that had been converted to year-round residences without regard to zoning or building codes. No streets between houses, just walkways. No access for fire engines. A disaster waiting to happen.<quoted text>
Get a clue dumbrowski...I'll help ya.
The COASTAL SANDBAR @ sea level areas were SLAMMED.
As in -NOT much for ELEVATION levels on MILES of sandbar land...so respective "distance" from actual "beachside" when referencing properties, is rather IRRELEVANT.
It takes massive amounts of aid to actually clean up and restore from such disasters.
The difference being-cleanup and restoration being HANDLED, not dollars being taken and WASTED on whatever!
A Sandbar is a sandbar-subjected to water inundation-kind of like an ISLAND, duhmmy.
Are you Realllllly, THAT ignorant?
And the taxpayers will get screwed to rebuild this abortion.