South Bethany Town Council Postpones Vote on Sea Level Rise Measures
The South Bethany Beach Town Council decided to postpone legislation that is meant to protect homeowners against flooding for more than three hours.
WBOC reports that the council was set to vote on the two ordinances on Wednesday.
A town committee presented their data at the meeting but the legislation was met with opposition who said they believe action was premature.
The ordinance would have required that all new at-risk homes add an additional three feet of elevation to the base of the structure on top of the requirement by the Flood Insurance Rate Map.