Sandy showed coastal vulnerabilty

October 29, 2016

But increasingly, those owning coastal properties are the wealthy, and the panel predicted that trend will continue.

“My conclusion is the real choice is not between rebuilding or retreating, but between gentrification or retreating,” said Clinton J. Andrews, Rutgers professor of urban planning and policy development. “The people won’t be the same people who were living there who get to rebuild in most cases.”

Atlantic City Press, October 29

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