U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 4 other organizations and Great Lakes states to look at coastal resiliency
By: Breanna Fuss, Spectrum News 1
VILLAGE OF WILSON, N.Y. — It’s tough to forget the images from 2017 and 2019. Historic water levels on Lake Ontario that spilled over the shoreline in Niagara County and beyond.
Between the flooding in 2017 and 2019, the cost of damage to the state alone was more than $6 million. On average, homeowners saw $95,000 in damage. Could there be relief on the way? There is finally federal funding coming for a study on coastal resiliency, offering a glimmer of hope.
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