The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, & Energy (EGLE) is now offering assistance to homeowners with emergency situations.
A summary of our 2019 Annual Membership Meeting, a report on water levels, and more...
The International Joint Commission, a joint agency of both the U.S. and Canada created to manage the lake and river systems along their joint border, recently announced the appointment of new commissioners.
Seeking answers and voicing concerns about government inaction, over 200 shoreline property owners filled the meeting room at the Haworth Inn & Conference Center in Holland, Michigan on Saturday, August 10, 2019 for the Great Lakes Coalition's Annual Membership Meeting.
The case for building a new lock at Sault Ste. Marie received a big boost with the publication of a report by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which detailed the critical importance of the locks to the U.S. economy. The report, entitled: “The Perils of Efficiency: An Analysis of an Unexpected Closure of the Poe Lock and Its Impact” was completed in October of 2015, and reported on MLive on March 13, 2016.
As of June 13, 2019, Lake Michigan water level is at 581.71 feet. For more information, go to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers daily level chart at http://lre-wm.usace.army.mil/ForecastData/DailyLevelsEnglish.pdf
The Great Lakes Coalition held its Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at the Haworth Inn & Conference Center on the campus of Hope College in Holland, Michigan. Concerns about rising water levels and increased outflow from Lake Superior brought a record attendance of almost 200 shoreline property owners. Guest Speaker was John Allis, P.E., Chief, Great Lakes Hydraulics & Hydrology Office, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District Office.