Property owners along Lake Ontario's shoreline are still trying to manage damage. Flooding wiped out protective barriers homeowners built, staircases, and even eroded home foundations.
In New Haven, people are working on building all that up again. Resident Brad Rombaugh, says he's put in more than 1,000 tons of rock to protect himself.
He says living on a private road makes it difficult to see assistance from the state and DEC.
"They never put in culverts or increase the water flow from down here," Rombaugh said. "So, we get flooded from the back and from the front. And we're expected to take care of that because we chose to live here."
Neighbors also say they're upset they pay the same amount in taxes as their property continues to be washed away.