(WOLCOTTVILLE) – Normal boating on a series of LaGrange County lakes can resume.
The emergency order restricting the operation of motorized watercraft has been rescinded for the Indian Lakes Chain. The chain consists of Dallas, Witmer, Hackenberg, Westler and Messick lakes.
The emergency order for the West Lakes Chain, which consists of Waldron, Steinbarger, Tamarack and Jones lakes in Noble County, will continue, due to continued concern regarding high-water levels. The order limits the operation of motorized watercraft to idle speed on the lakes in that chain.
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