It doesn’t take a superstorm, just a steady rain to flood Frank Santora’s street. Water runs down Bayside Terrace into the lagoon and when it rises above the stormwater valve, which it frequently does, it bubbles back into the street where it sits until it evaporates, he said…"They have had to struggle with flooding from low-lying areas around Barnegat Bay. It’s going to get worse with rising sea level. We know that. We’re anticipating that and there needs to be strategies put in place," said Michael Kennish, a Rutgers University research professor at the Institute of Marine and Coastal Science in New Brunswick.
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