High water levels and higher-than-average rainfall continues to be the cause of problems for residents and businesses in the Grand Haven area this fall.

Spring Lake Township resident Carl Hordyk said that his new sump pump has operated 24/7 since he purchased it in early June. Across the street from Hordyk’s home, overflow from the Grand River and Lloyd’s Bayou flooded a marshy area he used to mow.

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