The roughly 200-foot-long, 6-foot-wide pier cost $125,776.32 and is one of two town piers installed this year.
The Cedar Lake Historical Association is offering a glimpse at the town's resort era, and there is smooth sailing ahead for those who choose to take a ride on the Dewey Line.
The pier is a partnership between the town and historical society, which recently approached the town to install a pier in front of its building to accommodate its new exhibit, Stream Through History.
Cedar Lake Fire Chief Todd Wilkening is looking to put his recent suspension behind him and move forward.
Officials said the boil water advisory is for water utility customers on the west side of Cedar Lake's water system, which includes east of Parrish Avenue south of 133rd Avenue to 141st Avenue and the west of Parrish Avenue from 137th Avenue South to 151st Avenue.