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Lakeside Gentrification: Trailer parks and campgrounds the last bulwark against waterfront developments-
Despite the best efforts of some lakeside residents and developers, campgrounds just won’t die.03
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Dune Dispute: Wisconsin Lake Michigan shoreline threatened by adjacent golf course development-
For the past seven years, Kohler Company and neighbors of the Kohler-Andre State Park have been battling over 250 adjoining acres of land, citing shoreline erosion, threatened species and wetland encroachment.
Challengers to dune development win appeal at top court-
A plan to turn a former church camp into luxury homes in a sand dune area near Lake Michigan can be challenged by some neighbors, the Michigan Supreme Court said Thursday.
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Family-owned fishing businesses displaced by waterfront developments on Great Lakes-
Working waterfront access — the access needed by fishing folks to unload their catch, process fish and retrieve ice and fuel — is being affected by coastal gentrification.
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Great Lakes Moment: A new vision for the former McLouth Steel site in Trenton-
While the blighted buildings have been torn down, the controversy is not over as stakeholders debate over what to do with the cleared site.
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Great Lakes Moment: Cleanup of contaminated river sediment begins at old Uniroyal site-
In this month’s column from writer John Hartig, he looks at the history of the Uniroyal site and current cleanup plans.
Project will cap contaminated sediment along Detroit River-
The U.S. EPA has signed a $2.9 million agreement to remediate contaminated sediment along Detroit’s east riverfront.