New York State Taking International Joint Commission To Court

Rochester, N.Y. - New York State is taking the International Joint Commission to court.

State officials claim the agency didn't do enough to regulate water levels on Lake Ontario this year. As a result, folks living along the shoreline had to deal with severe flooding that caused extensive damage. The lawsuit is asking for compensation for cleanup after the waters receded.

As a reminder, those affected by flooding can still apply for financial assistance through the Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Flood Relief and Recovery program until October 31st.

Lake Ontario Homeowner Recovery Applications Now Being Accepted
Lake Ontario Homeowner Recovery Applications Now Being Accepted
Residents impacted by Lake Ontario Shoreline flooding can apply for money to have part of the damages offset.

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