Hurricane Irene: One Year Later

How has the hurricane impacted you?

After Hurricane Irene blew through Chatham in August 2011, .

One year later, we're asking you: How does the storm continue to impact you? What trees fell on your property that have yet to be replaced? What changes did you make in and around your home after the power went out—and in some cases, stayed out for days?

Add photos of your neighborhood from the storm, and photos today so Chatham residents can see how far cleanup has come.

Leave your comment below, or email Laura.Silvius@Patch.com with your stories about how Hurricane Irene impacted you and your family.

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