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So much to be remindful of,
And a few new things...
Paving

Indian Lake Borough contracted with Quaker Sales to do our paving project this year and they are scheduled to do the paving on June 16th, 17th and 18th starting at 7:00 A.M. each day, weather permitting. The roads that are being paved are North Shore Trail, Choctaw Lane, Pawnee Lane, and North Fairway.

Once the pavement is laid down, the roads will be closed for several hours to let cool before they can be driven on.

Please make arrangements accordingly for these road closures so it does not conflict with you being able to exit/enter using these roads during these time frames. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. 

We will issue a SwiftReach911 notice and another reminder in the next day or two.

Dean Snyder
Superintendent
Lake Closure for Weed Treatment

AEC (Bill Kirkpatrick) has us scheduled for weed treatment Tuesday, June 22nd.  The Lake is anticipated to be closed for recreational boating that day, and only that day.  While the day may change due to weather, at this point we can safely pencil that date on your calendars.
Zebra Mussels

This is a follow up on previous E-news articles regarding Zebra Mussel awareness. Below we have provided a link to the US Fish & Wildlife Service informational article on Zebra Mussels. Residents have recently reported finding shells around the lake and shared their concerns with Borough Council. Currently, the photos that have been provided do not appear to be Zebra mussels. We are working on partnering with an expert to be able to assist us if there are future concerns. Some of the main points from the article, in regard to the identification of Zebra mussels, are the size and appearance. Zebra mussels are relatively small in size, less than 1.5 inches, they have zebra like banding on their shells and generally D-shaped with a long flat hinge, almost triangular in cross-section. If you have questions or have located mussels that have similar characteristics, please contact our Environmental committee at curt@indianlakepa.us. We would ask that you provide photos (with a coin or similar for size reference) and location where you identified them.

Thank You,

Scott Hollern
Borough Council
 
Fact Sheet

This year's event, a fundraiser for the Children’s Aid Home of Somerset County, will feature a refueling stop, for all drivers and spectators, at The Lodge at Indian Lake early in the afternoon of Sunday, July 11th.  Click the link below for a  full-size flyer (PDF)
 
Holeshot Rod Run 2021 Flyer
Lake Drawdown

The Drawdown Permit (DD01) was approved by the Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC) and states the valve will be opened no sooner than 10/11/2021 and will be closed no later than 4/4/2022 and will be lowered to [and we will try to regulate at] 8-12 feet below normal pool.
 
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