Hampton Voters To Decide On New Building Requirements For Flood-Prone Homes
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At town meeting in Hampton Tuesday, residents could take another big step in adapting to rising seas.
Voters will decide whether to require pilings under new structures in certain at-risk coastal areas.
Hampton conservation commission chair Jay Diener says the town already has this policy, which stems from federal flood insurance requirements, for a strip of homes that directly face the ocean.