- Associated Press - Friday, March 11, 2016

ATLANTA, Mich. (AP) - A lake in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula is again an option for recreational use after a new dam was built.

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced this week that the water level has been restored at the Foch Lake flooding in Montmorency County, offering a place for anglers, campers and others to get outdoors.

A 2011 inspection of the Foch Lake dam recommended complete removal or full renovation. After the project was funded the flooding was drawn down in the fall of 2014. The new structure was built last fall and Foch Lake has been filling since then.

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