1. Unless the Times readers attended this meeting, they have no idea what "the right side of the road" is. Does this refer to the road project near Rt 41 or the new Luke's gas station?
    March 30, 2013 6:09 pm on Cedar Lake designating casino cash for 133rd Avenue work
  2. This is going to be such an improvement to welcome our neighbors from Crown Point.
    March 04, 2013 10:29 am on Cedar Lake discusses 133rd Avenue widening Tuesday
  3. Your comments are divisive and unappealing to anyone weighing the merit of either argument. For the sake of your party, put your arrows away.
    February 26, 2013 9:34 pm on Senate OKs new regulations on pill-induced abortions
  4. His religious conviction is relevant to his constituents. They gave him his office. Stating his conviction does not make this legislation invalid. That is not what the separation of church and state is about at all. Just sayin...
    February 26, 2013 9:30 pm on Senate OKs new regulations on pill-induced abortions
  5. You are absolutely right. But we can only assume that this story is reported accurately. Ms. Pittman, it seems, has been a diligent homeowner.
    February 17, 2013 8:17 pm on Tax sale wreaks havoc with Cedar Lake woman's life
  6. I do not know Ms. Dressel's political affiliation. After meeting with her on a few occasions, I have come to know her as a very fair and competent Assessor for the people of Center Township. The people of Center Township elected to retain a township assessor during Marty Wheeler's stewardship of that office, and she left it in very capable hands. The abberations that have cropped up because of the general reassessment by Nexus have been explained to me and are very well understood. Learn more about third-party reassessment; call your assessor.
    January 29, 2013 9:33 pm on House's zero tax assessment from Lake County is a mystery
  7. J Bird, this project is to use grant money from a private endowment fund. The Donnelley Foundation identifies natural habitats that are in need of preserving and distributes about $6M each year for this effort all around the Chicagoland and Lake Michigan regions. Cedar Lake is the perfect habitat in need of support from such foundations. This effort would need your support, too, as a concerned resident - not taxpayer.

    I would also urge your support of more trails in this community. Indiana's former Governor felt so strongly about recreational trails in communities that he doubled his funding from $10M to $20M per year toward this effort. If every community around us is thriving, and they are linking to the various recreational trails for people to exercise. . . and Cedar Lake wants to thrive. . .

    I like to think that these projects would be great rewards to our children for their continued accomplishments in school. I am so proud to call Cedar Lake home to such great schools when they are recognized nationally for their excellence. Is it not too much to ask for the people of this community to rally for this cause and put our best foot forward in pitching the Founder's Creek and Cedar Creek projects to such a worthy cause and foundation?

    Find out more about the Donnelley Foundation:
    January 22, 2013 3:11 pm on Cedar Lake hosts green corridor open house Jan. 30
  8. This is such a great story. I want to praise the St. Anthony's birthing center for their work. I have had all my children delivered there and would give them a 10 out 10 for their service and care. So glad to see this story painting the St. Anthony's team in this light.
    December 26, 2012 4:49 pm on Hospital staff marvels at ‘miracle’ mother
  9. The era of transparency, common good, enforcement. I am in favor of protecting our lake. I have lived my entire life with the consequences of amateur businesses promoting lakefront getaways with sandy beaches. If a business is lucrative, it should be legit.
    December 05, 2012 9:20 pm on Innkeeper tax wave may crash on lakeshore homes
  10. Do you have a last name Mark?
    June 28, 2012 8:41 pm on Cedar Lake Summerfest seeks contest, parade entries
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