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Sodus Point officials push legal action on lake levels

odus Point officials are pushing Wayne County to take legal action against a recently enacted Lake Ontario water-regulation plan that they say is causing significant harm to residents and businesses.

On Monday night, the Village Board passed a resolution “requesting commencement of legal action on behalf of (the) village of Sodus Point.”

Sodus Point Mayor Chris Tertinek read the resolution at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting.

It notes that Lake Ontario “is at its highest point in recorded history” and that “residents and local businesses are incurring substantial damage along Sodus Bay and the lakeshore.”

The resolution states that village businesses are incurring substantial losses because of those high levels.

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