Bay coastal towns are especially vulnerable
By Ron MacArthur | Mar 21, 2012
The Atlantic Coast bore the brunt of the Storm of ’62, yet those who lived along the Delaware Bay paid perhaps the highest price: Six members of one family died in Bowers and another person died in nearby Slaughter Beach.
As the storm battered the …
As more of these small papers are forced to make content “subscriber only” this is actually a step backwards for public education of environmental issues outside of our immediate area. This problem is directly across the bay from us yet few in New Jersey have even heard of the area, let alone its growing problems with water level rise.