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Open the pdf: Budget 2019 for Budget hearing & Web. 10-3-18
Public Hearing scheduled for 7:45 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 during the regular monthly meeting of the Inlet Town Board at the Inlet Town Hall.
Open the pdf: 08 Planning Board Minutes August 29, 2018
Open the pdf: Agenda Town Board Regular Meeting September 18, 2018
The September Regular Board Meeting will be September 18 at 7:30 pm (bill paying starts at 6:30 pm) at the Inlet Town Hall Meeting Room INSTEAD of the normal date and time of September 11.
Emergency responders in Inlet, Raquette Lake, Big Moose and Eagle Bay have very limited communication tools. Mountains block radio signals creating dead zones within and between each of the communities served. Frequently this makes it difficult to determine the nature and location of the emergency which delays getting help to those in need. Requesting additional manpower, tools and resources on a timely basis is difficult without a good, reliable communication system covering the entire area. Lack of good communication capabilities also puts our volunteer responders at risk. If called out to an emergency during bad weather or extreme cold, they need to be able to communicate instantly with their home base and each other. The solution is a centrally located mountain top emergency communications tower serving Inlet, Raquette Lake, Big Moose and Eagle Bay that can reach out broadly to the areas served. This will provide quicker response times for those in need and enhanced safety for our volunteers.
Find out more at www.adirondacktower.org