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Ephraim opts to avoid protecting Hardy Gallery

High water levels are forcing the Village of Ephraim to choose what to protect, and the Anderson Dock is losing out in the near-term. That means the Hardy Gallery is also at risk, especially in late winter, when ice shoves are a possibility. Last week, Ephraim’s Board of Trustees decided to table all mitigation options proposed by an ad hoc working group. The Physical Facilities Committee made the same decision on June 2nd. Trustee Cindy Nelson says the worst-case scenario remains low.

 


Ephraim opted to commit resources to protect its shorefront. The Board of Trustees is consulting with an outside firm on the best course of action there.

 

Photo courtesy of The Hardy Gallery website.

 

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