16 months after storms decimated Racine’s lakefront, city moves toward rebuilding it

It has been 16 months since a severe storm wreaked havoc on southeast Wisconsin’s shoreline, damaging popular pathways. Moving forward, the City of Racine not only wants to fix the damage, but wants to do so in a way that lessens the potential destruction of future storms amid rising waters of Lake Michigan. Read the full story by The Journal Times.

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Great Lakes Commission

Great Lakes Commission


Patrick Canniff

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