WEST OLIVE, Mich. (AP) -- A group of western Michigan homeowners are fighting a seawall aimed at preventing two houses from tumbling into Lake Michigan.
WOOD-TV reports that they're asking a judge to block construction of a rock revetment wall along the lakeshore in West Olive.
They say the wall will interfere with their ability to co-use a shared beach area. Court documents show owners of the homes in danger of falling from an eroding bluff say the wall could save their houses and would only overlap a small section of the beach area.
A circuit court trial is expected to start Tuesday.