In March of 1962, a nor’easter, sometimes referred to as the Ash Wednesday Storm, the Five High Storm and the Atlantic Coast Storm, slammed into the New Jersey coastline and caused extensive property damage and loss of life.

Ever since that event, coastal and land use experts have consistently warned that it would happen again and that the next time the consequences would be far more severe. As we now know, those predictions sadly proved to be dead-on accurate.

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