1 Flooding issues

Volunteers hand off sandbags to help protect a Ferrysburg home from rising water levels earlier this year.

DETROIT — U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials report that, despite seasonal declines, Great Lakes water levels remain high as fall storms approach.

“The Corps of Engineers urges anyone impacted by high water levels last fall to prepare for similar or worse impacts in the coming months,” said John Allis, the Detroit District Great Lakes Hydraulics and Hydrology Office chief.

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