Flood Risks On Long Beach Island

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Hurricane Sandy and Long Beach Island

Hurricane Sandy made landfall on Long Beach Island at the end of October 2012. Even though Hurricane Sandy was the first storm to caused widespread damage in more than 20 years, Sandy served as a reminder Long Beach Island is in fact a barrier island and is a risk of flooding caused by storms. The vulnerability Long Beach Island to hurricanes is indisputable and has been a fact of life since time began. That said, it is important to understand the risks associated with owning a home at the beach.

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Flood Risks on Long Beach Island

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