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Click here to read more in the Connecticut Mirror and view a photo gallery of damage in Milford after Sandy.  As the region prepares for a new hurricane season, Connecticut’s shoreline is still suffering from the devastation of previous storms. Irene and Sandy have changed the nature of coastal neighborhoods in Fairfield County. Fairfield Beach is a neighborhood in transition. Along ent... Source: yourpublicmedia.org

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