CEDAR LAKE | Civic pride is growing in Cedar Lake, according to Town Council President Randy Niemeyer.
Cedar Lake is both the literal and figurative center of our community. While this presents several unique challenges for planners, it also presents exciting opportunities for a community to thrive at the intersection of sustainability and economic development.
LOWELL | The public is invited to join Fire Chief Ryan Kennedy and area officials on two occasions to discuss possibly establishing a fire territory.
Martha Coakley, Lake Dalecarlia Property Owners Association president, talks about flood control work that has begun on the Lake Dalecarlia dam and Cedar Creek bank erosion work.
Eric Neagu and Jeff Ekegren look over plans for flood control work that began on the Lake Dalecarlia dam and Cedar Creek bank erosion work. The two work for Weaver Boos Consultants.
CROWN POINT | Nine Indiana and Illinois construction firms have bid to repair flood control structures around the unincorporated Lake Dalecarlia community south of Cedar Lake.
CROWN POINT | A $1.9 million project to improve stormwater control for the communities of Lake Dalecarlia and Lowell moved forward Tuesday.
CROWN POINT | Rising Lake County property tax rates promise to increase many individual's taxes and reduce some government service.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Assessor-elect Hank Adams said Friday he has sent termination notices to all 11 part-time employees of outgoing Assessor Paul Karras.
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