DNR likely to issue rule about Great Lakes swimming in hazardous conditions

Coming in time for next summer could be a rule that bans swimming at Michigan beaches when the conditions are deemed hazardous. Michigan Department of Natural Resources is reviewing the rule that could mean fines of up to $500 for swimming when the waves are too high, when there’s contamination in the water, or when there’s another situation that imperils swimmers. Read the full story by WJSM-TV – St. Joseph, MI.

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