Miami and Virginia Beach are “are the top two areas of the country most at risk for residential…”

Miami and Virginia Beach are “are the top two areas of the country most at risk for residential…”.

Numbers like $39 billion do not seem to connect with most people in Virginia Beach, myself included. But, I can envision what a CAT2-3 hurricane could do to our community and my house. The thought of such losses can be daunting, but consider what you can do to limit the potential loss. And, that is what we are attempting to do at SDCC. We can’t give you a complete cure all package, but we can at least work to inform you how to limit the damages. We won’t pack your “go kit” for you, but we will tell you what you will need in it.

2 thoughts on “Miami and Virginia Beach are “are the top two areas of the country most at risk for residential…”

  1. It’s only a matter of time. Roads/highways and two-wheeled bicycles do not mix period. Never meant to be regardless of the enthusiasm for the two-wheeled method of exercise. As with anything else there are places and times for such recreation. Aside from that, my personal opinion regarding pedestrians is it’s a personal responsibility when crossing a roadway. Use crosswalks or proceed at your own risk and own culpability should you decide badly. BTW, everyone please stop pressing the crosswalk buttons. They are meant for large groups or the handicap etc. who need additional time to cross. The button DOES NOT make the light turn any faster. Only longer. So please refrain from using unless you need the time.

    • By Commonwealth of Virginia laws, two wheeled modes of transportation are permitted to use our roads. Period. We are either a nation of laws or living in anarchy. If you don’t agree with the law, get it changed, but until then, you are responsible for abiding to the law. People need to use crosswalks. All vehicles must give way to a person(s) in the crosswalk IF the posted speed limit is 35 MPH or less. Society works best when people follow the laws that have been enacted by our Legislative Branch.

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