During the Monday, May 13 Indian Lake Town Board Meeting, Town Supervisor Brian Wells announced that he had written a letter to Leilani Ulrich, APA Chairwoman, on April 11.
Officials from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) shared center stage at the April 8 meeting of the Indian Lake Town Board.
The Indian Lake Town Board’s March 11 meeting was capped off with a visit from Indian Lake School Board Vice President David Harrington.
Event chair to lose last kidney, receive another
Over the years, Elizabeth “Liz” Cannan, B.A.D. (Be A Donor) Chairperson, has worked diligently to raise awareness and funds for the National Kidney Foundation within the town of Indian Lake.
Indian Lake Central School District (ILSCD) officials say they were surprised by a recent notification of state aid reductions.
The Monday, Feb. 11 Indian Lake Town Board meeting was met with an unusually large number of attendees upset about the state’s new gun control law.
Tuesday, Feb. 6, found both Indian Lake town and school board members in a rare joint meeting to foster greater cross-communication, united thinking and a concerted effort in meeting the challenges faced in growing the town and enriching the lives of its residents.
State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Region 5 Director Bob Stegemann and Region 5 Natural Resource Supervisor Tom Martin and were on hand at the jam-packed Indian Lake Town Hall Thursday, Feb. 7 to present the DEC’s ideas for land-use classification for the former Finch Pruyn lands in this area.
Facebook under the microscope
The Indian Lake School Board devoted a healthy share of its four-hour meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15 to understanding and evaluating what role, if any, online venues such as Facebook should play in primary education.
Members of the Indian Lake Town Board Monday, Jan. 14 unanimously passed a law providing a partial tax exemption of real property taxes for residents who have limited income and are 65 and older.
During a brief annual organizational meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 3, the Indian Lake Town Board approved a number of appointments and actions for the coming year during their 2013 organizational meeting.
Today’s school budgetary environment weighed heavily on the minds of Indian Lake School Board members during their monthly meeting Tuesday, Dec. 18.
During the Indian Lake Town Board’s Monday, Dec. 10 meeting, Indian Lake Assessor Meade Hutchins said that a schedule of aged exemption limits outlined in a local law providing a partial tax exemption of real property taxes for legally resident owners over 65 have not changed since March 1, 2005.
On Wednesday, Oct. 24, the newly incorporated Indian Lake Community Development Corporation met in the Town Hall to further breathe life into its 501-C-3 status as a not-for-profit corporation.
Ever since mid-May when Indian Lake Town Supervisor Brian Wells announced that Verizon had given a contract to Baron Utilities Corporation of Albany to erect a cell tower on Tower Hill, the project has been at the front of the minds of all who live in the town.
The Indian Lake Central School Board and the Indian Lake community are extending a warm welcome to Emily Stephan as its new science teacher.
Indian Lake Central School Superintendent Mark Brand announced Oct. 16 at the Board of Education meeting that the abatement of the asbestos in the building is under way.
Supervisor Brian Wells opened Tuesday evening’s meeting with a moment of silence honoring the memory Tamara F. Blake, who died as a result of a rafting accident on Thursday morning, September 27th.
Peter Clough, of the engineering firm Bernier, Carr and Associates, was on hand to update the Indian Lake Central School Board on the status of the construction project.
Indian Lake Town Supervisor Brian Wells noted the larger-than-usual attendance at the Town Board’s Aug. 13 meeting at the Blue Mountain Lake firehouse and thanked all for coming out.
The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts held its Great Arts Benefit Saturday, Aug. 11 on the grounds of Great Camp Uncas.
On Saturday, July 7, Indian Lake took its turn at celebrating the 236th birthday of our great country.
Installation of the Verizon cell phone tower in Indian Lake is well under way, Town Supervisor Brian Wells reported at the Monday, July 9 Town Board meeting.
Graduation ceremonies are by nature a time of reflection, pride, joy and a sense of freedom, all peppered with a pinch of apprehension.
Indian Lake Town Supervisor Brian Wells reported at the Town Board meeting Monday, May 14 that Verizon has selected a contractor to build the new cell tower in town.
The possible cuts of teacher assistant positions was discussed at the April 17 Indian Lake Central School Board of Education meeting.
Powering the proposed cell tower in the town of Indian Lake is an issue that has yet to be resolved.