Damage, challenges after storm
Nov 15, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: News Journal
Repairing coastline won't be cheap, but who will pay for it? By DAN SHORTRIDGE * The News Journal * November 15, 2009 The monster offspring of Tropical Storm Ida has taken a huge bite out of Delaware's Atlantic coastline, devouring much of the beaches, gnawing at the protective dunes and creating a huge challenge for the state and resort towns who ...
Think the people who live there should pay. Why me?
Most of the residents have a Large incomes and I only rent, No propertie value in renting. Let the police crack down on the people who help support this comunity with even more Dracorian fines.
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