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Higher lake levels lead to fewer beach closures from e coli bacteria

The rising water levels on Lake Michigan have lead to shoreline erosion and also kept e coli bacteria from forming.  During previous summers, beach closures due to e coli have been common.  Sara Robertson, Director of Algoma's Parks and Recreation Department, says so far this summer e coli has not been a problem.

 

 

Robertson says testing for e coli bacteria continues at Crescent Beach and others around Algoma.

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