Record high lake level draws large crowd to Euclid’s Lakefront Erosion Information Meeting
Thank you to the many Euclid residents and lakefront property owners from surrounding communities who joined City Officials on June 12th for an informational meeting on Lakefront Erosion.
At the meeting we learned that the Army Corps of Engineers measured Lake Erie’s water level 32”+ above the average for this time of year. Higher lake levels over time, increased rain events and the intensity of storms contribute to the catastrophic erosion people are experiencing. Tools including free technical assistance and Temporary Shore Structure permits were explained while the Euclid Waterfront Improvements Plan’s engineer and contractor provided examples of shoreline protection measures.
For those who were unable to attend, a video recording of the meeting can be found here:
The pdf presentations from the meeting are located here:
Below is contact information for the presenters at the meeting:
Deborah Beck, P.E., Assistant Chief
Bill Roznik, Civil Engineer
SmithGroup : www.smithgroup.com
608.327.4422 : email@example.com
Mark Haynes, President
Mark Haynes Construction : www.markhaynesconstruction.com
(419) 663-2457 : firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have not been to Sims Park recently, the pier is now re-opened to the public. We invite you to come watch the progress and perhaps join us on our next tour of the Euclid Waterfront Improvements on Thursday, July 18th at 5:30pm.
Allison is a North Shore Collinwood resident, architect, artist, neighborhood cheerleader and frequent contributor to the Collinwood Observer. She curates "Phone Gallery", founded "Bus Stop Moves", "Give Box Cleveland" and upcycles street and beach trash into art.