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Published: January 21, 2013 12:44 PM
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Photo credit: Angela Gaul | Boatmaster Ian MacKay of Piermont and Deborah Brenner of Tappan clean up outside of Cafe Portofino restaurant at 587 Piermont Ave. in downtown Piermont. (Oct. 31, 2012) Superstorm Sandy, one of the nation’s costliest natural disasters, is giving new urgency to an age-old debate about whether areas repeatedly damaged by storms should be rebuilt or whether it might be cheaper in the long run to buy out vulnerable properties and let nature reclaim them.
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