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Michigan Commission to Talk Low Water Levels


LANSING, Mich. (AP) - The Michigan State Waterways Commission plans to hold a special meeting to discuss the impact of low lake water levels on recreational boating.
The meeting is set for Friday at the Michigan Library and Historical Center in Lansing.
A number of lakes throughout the state are reporting low levels, including Lakes Huron and Michigan, which are at their lowest levels since record-keeping began in 1918.
And some Michigan harbors are in danger of losing their connections to open water because of low Great Lakes levels.

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