1 High water levels discussed during summit

Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy Director Liesl Clark leads the High Water Coordinating Summit, which was hosted at Lansing Community College on Monday.

Grand Haven city staff have been working since last spring and summer to deal with high levels of water causing flooding, erosion and more, and they are not alone.

The effects of last year’s high water around the Great Lakes were noticed statewide and nationally. On Monday, representatives from many different agencies and organizations met in Lansing to discuss the impacts the water has had and hear predictions for this coming year during the High Water Coordinating Summit.

Contact Meghan Haas at mhaas@grandhaventribune.com.

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