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  • Malloy Touts New Coastline Loan Program

    Malloy Touts New Coastline Loan Program
    HARTFORD — Returning to the podium where he updates the state during weather emergencies, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced a program aimed at limiting property exposure to damage in coastline communities.
  • Higher-cost flood study approved

    Higher-cost flood study approved
    Glencoe is spending almost $70,000 on an engineering study to examine and come up with potential solutions to address chronic flooding in parts of the village, a sum considerably higher than the estimate only a month ago. The village board recently...

    U.S. coastal flooding on the rise, government study finds

    (Reuters) - Flooding is increasing in frequency along much of the U.S. coast, and the rate of increase is accelerating along the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic coasts, a team of federal government scientists found in a study released Monday. The study...

    Proposed Mission Hills development debated for 8 hours

    Proposed Mission Hills development debated for 8 hours
    The potential impact on flooding, property values and open space were among the issues that brought hundreds of people to a meeting that stretched on for eight hours about a proposed Northbrook-area housing development. The proposal, headed by...

    Orland Park residents voice concerns about flooding

    Orland Park residents voice concerns about flooding
    About 30 residents of Orland Park's Maycliff subdivision gathered at a village board meeting Monday night to urge trustees to do something about worsening flooding problems. "The joke on Facebook is we're lakefront property again," said Kim Dombrowski....