Shoreline infrastructure upgrades unlikely even after second storm in 14 months

Guilford, like many other shoreline communities, is now painfully aware of the devastating effects of severe weather coupled with the sea level rise apparent in Long Island Sound. The town is struggling with how to address recurring flooding and, more to the point after two devastating storms in 14 months -- how quickly.

Yet few, if any, communities or state departments seem compelled to make immediate widespread retrofits to infrastructure to prevent a recurrence in the next storm.

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