BEVERLY SHORES – Take a cruise along Lakefront Drive in Beverly Shores and it's obvious – water levels on Lake Michigan are causing major headaches for lakefront communities. And federal authorities don't expect the problem to go away anytime soon.

Two La Porte County beaches – one in Long Beach and one in Michiana Shores – were closed last summer because high water levels made them inaccessible, according to the La Porte County Health Department.

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