Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Dangerous Waters in the Gull Lake Chain

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is urging caution on the Gull Lake Chain including Lake Margaret and connecting channels, which have received significantly higher water than normal.

Sheriff Tom Burch is asking homeowners to ensure that boat lifts, boats, docks, rafts, etc are properly secured and not floating loose. The Sheriff is urging boaters to use extreme caution and be respectful of property while in these high water areas, especially channels, due to increased swift currents.

There have been several reports of property damage, along with docks, floating bogs and other items that have floated loose from the shore. Careless operation of a watercraft laws will be enforced.

The area received over 7 and a half inches of rain from May 19th through Memorial Day.

This situation will continue to be monitored by the Cass County Sheriffs Office and the US Army Corps of Engineers.

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