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Thursday November 08, 2018 (5 months, 2 weeks ago)


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CHATHAM — There were only inches between puddled roads and dry houses in the Little Beach neighborhood and the wide-scale flooding from the Jan. 4 nor’easter, a consultant told selectmen at the board’s meeting Monday night.“Six inches floods the entire back neighborhoods,” said Mark Borrelli, a coastal geologist at the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown.It was the difference between a 7-foot tide and and the 7½ that overtopped the [...]

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