The monster nor’easter of 1962 didn’t leave much of Edward and Nancy Klumpp’s beachfront property in Avalon, N.J., and what was left the borough took away — without compensating or even telling them. They continued to pay taxes on the land for decades. In fact, until they took legal action to rebuild, the borough denied a taking had occurred.

Now, half a century later, the Klumpps have won the right to just compensation.

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