Thursday, February 23, 2017
Do remember that this Saturday evening is "game night" at the CSLOA clubhouse. Come prepared for fun and laughs beginning at 7:00 PM. Also.....there is a presentation at 5:00 by a local expert concerning trees. Saturday's weather prediction looks like indoor activities would be popular!
Sunday, February 19, 2017
It's official! Spring is just around the corner! The Turkey Buzzards are back congregating on the South Water Tower and roosting in the trees on Halibut Drive. They used to gather at the bottom of Church Hill on the Sipes property but in the last couple of years now hang around near the fire station.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Driving by the Sweetwater Beach today and notice Scuba Divers! The Johnson County Sheriff's Diving Team was doing their Winter Diving Certification. They said they were hoping for ice to dive through for their certification but......warm winter.....no ice. Hard to believe our warm temperatures this month. Sweetwater had water skiers last Saturday. Warm weather predicted for this coming weekend may see boaters and more water skiers.
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Sunday, February 12, 2017
There's lots going on at Sweetwater Beach in preparation for the coming summer season. The Beach House restrooms are undergoing remodeling and there is a new dock with cover for patrol boat at the launch ramp. In addition, new swings for the youngsters is being install on the north point adjacent to the beach.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
It was long overdue! The monthly charge for water is going to increase. Prince's Lakes owns the water utility which gets its water from deep wells located near Blue River in Camp Atterbury. Prince's Lakes then sells water to several surrounding areas including Cordry Sweetwater. A 16% rate increase has been set for 2017. Add to this the expense that CSCD is incurring for the installation of a new water main from the Brown County line to the north water tower and other improvements long needed will result in increased monthly water bills. The average user will see an increase of around $12.50 to their monthly water bill.