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"Slow No Wake" restrictions being enforced In Algoma

Extremely high water levels along the waterfronts in Door and Kewaunee County has local law enforcement warning boaters to make sure to follow the "slow-no-wake" restrictions when traveling through marked waterways.  Algoma Police Chief Randy Remiker explains what boaters should do to obey the ordinance that helps prevent shoreline damage and erosion.

 

 

Property owners along the Ahnapee River in Algoma have experienced high water with some flooding due to near record-high levels on Lake Michigan, according to Remiker.     

 

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