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Emergency Dredging Plan Aims to Help Michigan Harbors

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Low water levels are impacting waterfront communities throughout Michigan, but relief could be on the way.

The Michigan Waterways Commission created an emergency dredging plan for harbors that desperately need it.

Complete funding still needs to be approved.

For a list of harbors identified in the plan, click on the link attached with this story.

9&10's Christina Vecchioni and photojournalist Eric Davis have more details on why dredging is so critical for one local marina.

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