The entire body of Pigeon Lake in Port Sheldon Township is now a “slow, no-wake zone,” officials announced Wednesday morning.

This is one of the first areas in West Michigan to take advantage of Public Act 72 of 2020 that allows local governmental units to apply for temporary no-wake zones to help prevent shoreline erosion associated with current high water levels.

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