Lake Michigan bluff stabilization project completed in Mount Pleasant
By: Ricardo Torres, Racine Journal Times
MOUNT PLEASANT — It took nearly three years to complete, but now the village and residents of its Lake Park neighborhood can breathe a sigh of relief: For the moment, the bluff erosion is stabilized.
On Monday, Village Engineer Tony Beyer reported to the Village Board on the completion of the work done along a portion of Lake Michigan shoreline that has experienced major erosion. The project, to secure the Lake Park area from roughly Bryn Mawr Avenue and Graceland Avenue, cost about $1.2 million.
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