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As the decades go by, coastal flooding is expected to become more of a problem in Connecticut.  With that in mind, Stonington Town Planner Keith Brynes is spearheading a new study that’s identified several areas in town that are especially vulnerable. Brynes says the study will help determine what people can do to better protect their homes and what the town can do to maintain its infrastructure during flooding events. Brynes says the Mystic Sewer Treatment Plant and the Mason’s Island Causeway are especially susceptible to flooding.  He delivered a presentation on the study’s preliminary findings Thursday night at the Mystic Seaport Meeting House.  Brynes says a final report will be released sometime this summer.

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