DOVER, Del. (AP) - Delawareans have one last chance to weigh in on what the state should do about the threat of rising sea level.
State environmental officials are holding a final public engagement session to accept comments on options for improving Delaware's ability to prepare for sea level rise.
Monday evening's session in Dover will feature presentations, displays and opportunities for participants to provide comments and feedback to environmental officials and members of the Delaware Sea Level Rise Advisory Committee.
The committee is composed of representatives from state and local governments, business and civic advocacy organizations.
After accepting public comment, the committee's final options will be incorporated into the state's Sea Level Rise Adaption Plan.
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