Indian Lake Community Development Corporation

The executive committee meeting that was scheduled for May 16 has been rescheduled. It will now be held on Wed. May 23 at 6:30 in the school library.

Leisure Travel

Jim McKenna of ROOST gave an enlightening presentation at our November 15 Board meeting. Attached is the full Leisure Travel Survey from ROOST. See more at the web site




We Need You!

The Indian Lake Community Development Corporation is in need of additional members for the Board of Directors. We would like to add 2-3 more interested people to our board. We are also in need of a secretary since Marti Evanoff will be stepping down from that position in July.

Our meeting schedule is posted on the web site – under the tab ‘Meeting Schedule’.

Please consider investing a little time in our community!

$500,000 is available for recreation/tourism-related projects.
See the full press release and brochure below…




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Notes on Economic Development

Economic Development Strategies from 2011
  • Workforce Education: In Progress – to be facilitated by OneWorkSource Career Center with help of Hamilton County Workforce Investment Board.
  • Marketing to attract new businesses: In progress and needs revision – Branding Group working on this but think we need a component to also attract residents to move here.
  • Business Education: In Progress / needs revision: ILCC and Library can revitalize this offering. Bring in AEDC for Business development and growth.
  • Improved infrastructure – cell, broadband, DSL: Cell tower completed; Others in progress- what’s the status of the Hamilton County broadband grant for $17,000?
  • Strengthen home based business: In progress. ADK teleworks making some headway; need to cultivate the home based businesses to realize they are also teleworkers. Idea: look into what programs ANCA may have in place for helping ADK artisans, etc.
  • Distance Learning: In Progress- ILCS has DL room and we think they could use another; there is funding for this through USDA Rural Communities Distance Learning grants.
Respectfully submitted by Ann Carroll, Bill Murphy and Christine Pouch – The ABC team

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