The Town Board of Indian Lake met in the Blue Mountain Lake Fire Hall Monday evening. During the meeting, Councilman John Valentine informed the board that there were limitations to the size of the photovoltaic (PV) array output possible without having to spend additional monies to add another TTP transformer to the grid. The limitation is 75 KW. The cost of adding the transformer that would allow an expansion in the amount of PV generated power to be sent back to the grid for net metering would be in the area of $200,000 according to National Grid. As such, election is to limit the project to the current capability of the power grid.
Adirondack Tri-County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Celebrates 40 years of Service to the Community
Despite weather forecasts to the contrary, the sun shined brightly on the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the Adirondack Tri-County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center here in North Creek this past Sunday, Aug. 3.
This year’s youth fishing event here was a big success despite it being a very windy day.
“There is only one active American Legion Post left in Hamilton County and it resides here in Indian Lake,” remarks Ken Cannan, Post 1392 Commander.
As part of Indian Lakes’ April Town Board Meeting, Supervisor Brian Wells announced the fact that during the Adirondack Park Local Government Day Conference on April 10, Indian Lake was recognized with a First Place Award for Best State-Community Partnership with the 2013 Adirondack Challenge Festival.
As part of its first annual members’ show, entitled “Color and Texture in the North Country”, The Adirondack Pastel Society held an artists’ reception and award ceremony Saturday evening, April 12, at the Widlund Gallery in the Tannery Pond Community Center, downtown North Creek.
The Indian Lake Community Development Corporation recently received a determination letter from the IRS granting the corporation tax exempt status.
On Wednesday evening, Oct. 16, Indian Lake Town Supervisor Brian Wells opened the monthly Town Board meeting by presenting a plaque of recognition to a group of members representing the Indian Lake Garden Club.
Walking along the main corridor of the Indian Lake Central School building is now a colorful and vibrant experience.
Karl Friedricks and Zdenek Vhynls are Indian Lake Central School’s first international students, and during the Sept. 17 Board of Education meeting, the two young men had a chance to meet and get acquainted with the members of the School Board.