The Seaport Cost Billions To Build. What Will It Take To Save It?

Even the Seaport’s critics say it must be protected — not just for its own sake, but for the rest of Boston.

For one thing, the Seaport is the first line of defense against flooding into all the South Boston neighborhoods behind it, said Deanna Moran, director of environmental planning at the Conservation Law Foundation.

“Flood waters don’t respect municipal boundaries and they don’t respect neighborhood boundaries,” she said.

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