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Causeway Drive Detour

Work to Begin on the Route 1006 (Causeway Drive) Concrete Deck Overlay in Somerset County

​The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today announced Somerset County Maintenance Forces will begin work on Monday, June 6, on the Route 1006 (Causeway Drive) over Stonycreek Lake concrete deck overlay in Stonycreek Township, Somerset County.

Work will consist of milling 1" of the existing deck, drill anchors into the top of the deck and pour a new 4" concrete deck.

A three-to-four-week detour will be in place while this work occurs. The detour will follow Route 1006 (Causeway Drive), Route 1001 (Bridge Street), Route 1004 (Cornerstone Road), and Route 160 (Huckleberry Highway).

All work on this $10,000 project is expected to be completed by July 2022.

Motorists can check conditions on major roadways by visiting 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 1,000 traffic cameras.

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Media contact: Tara M. Callahan-Henry, 814-696-7101

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Upcoming Anglers’ Club Events

The Indian Lake Anglers’ Club will host its first two Bass Tournaments on 6/18 & 6/25.  Registration is at the Marina prior to these 6 AM-11 AM tournaments.  Weigh-ins will begin at 11 AM sharp.  You must be a club member to fish in these tournaments, with the entry fee being $20 per fisherman.  Cash prizes are awarded for first, second, and third place weights plus there are lunker awards for both largemouth and smallmouth bass.  
On Saturday, July 2nd the club will host its popular Children’s Tourney at the Marina with fish counting beginning at 11:30 AM.  Please see the Anglers’ Club page on the borough website for specific details or contact Greg Fenton at @724-757-4468 or Dean Uschak @ 814-233-5277.  We look forward to big turnouts at these upcoming events.  Thank you for your continued support.
From the Police Department

The Indian Lake Police Department would like to extend their appreciation and a thank you to the community in their effort in helping to ensure the signs that were stolen over the weekend were located.  The signs have been returned.
Chief Bellak is going to begin scheduling Handgun Safety Courses for those that expressed interest last summer.  If anyone is interested in taking the Handgun Safety Course, please email Chief Bellak at

A friendly reminder to residents that all garbage bags should be placed in cans, to prevent animals from being able to get into the bags and cans should be returned back to your house after pickup. Waste Management does offer a backdoor pickup option, if you leave after the weekend, consider signing up for backdoor pickup option to ensure that your garbage cans are not left at the road and risk being blown around and becoming a hazard on the roads.
Council Meeting

The June Council meeting will be held at the Borough Office and via Zoom (using the link below) at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8th.  The agenda is also linked below.
Zoom Link
June 8 Agenda
Borough Speed Limit is 30 mph
Now that summer is in full swing, the borough roads are very busy.  We’re seeing our usual spike on the weekends.  We’re also experiencing a sizable increase in weekday traffic, including large construction vehicles, supply and equipment deliveries, and workers.  On top of the added traffic, just about everyone is in a hurry because we all have too much to get done in a limited amount of time.
Unfortunately, vehicles traveling 10, 15, or even 20 mph above the speed limit are not uncommon.  The sad thing is, since travel distance in the borough is so short, the extra speed will only reduce arrival time by “seconds,” not minutes or hours.  It’s just not worth potentially hitting a person, a pet, a deer, or another vehicle.  PLEASE, SLOW DOWN!  If you have contractors working at your property, kindly ask them to mind the speed limit in the borough.

Thank you!  Jay McClatchey, Mayor
Water Treatment Plant Update

The construction of the water treatment plant is approximately 94% complete. We are awaiting final connection of a few instruments that were delayed in delivery but are on site now. The plant has been through start up and is capable of producing water now.

Once Instrumentation is complete, the Engineer on behalf of the Borough will submit the certificate of completion for the project to DEP.
The Engineers states work necessary to get the Certificate of Completion is expected to be complete mid-June. For Reference, our DEP mandated date for Completion is July 30.
Once the Borough receives our operating Permit, we will begin distributing treated water.  Note that the water system will require multiple flushing’s to purge the entire system , so please be patient as this will be on going for months to come.
Please contact me with any questions.
Paul Balint, Chair Water & Sewer
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