The waters of Lake Ontario are at near-record levels for early November, raising the possibility of still more shoreline flooding next spring.
It’s a continuation of bad news for people who live and work on the Lake Ontario shoreline, which was inundated by high water in 2017 and again this year.
And there is little regulators can do to influence the water level, said Frank Bevacqua, a spokesman for International Joint Commission, or IJC, which oversees regulation of the lake level.
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