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TODAY IS THE DEADLINE to turn in your Declaration of Candidacy Forms for Area 3 and Area 7 Board of Directors to the CSCD Office!!!
The vacancies to be filled by election of the freeholders of the CordrySweetwater Conservancy District are: Area 3, Matt Petersen, and Area 7, Ted Adolay. A
nominee to be elected to represent an area must own land within the area and must be qualified
by knowledge and experience in matters pertaining to the development of the District.
Nominations must be in writing and signed by at least five (5) freeholders owning land
within the area from which the nominee seeks election. Nominations must be received either by
delivery or mail at the District Office, 8377 Cordry Drive, Nineveh, Indiana 46164, prior to
December 1, 2022.
The nominee elected to represent Area 3 shall serve a four (4) year term expiring on the
date of the District’s annual meeting in January 2027. The nominee elected to represent Area 7
shall serve a four (4) year term expiring on the date of the District’s annual meeting in January
If more than one freeholder is nominated to represent an Area, an election will occur
at the District’s annual meeting. If one freeholder is nominated to represent an Area, that
freeholder will be deemed to have been elected. If no freeholder is nominated to represent
an Area, the vacancy will be filled by the Board of Directors of the Cordry-Sweetwater
The date, time and location of the annual meeting will be given by public
notice, advertised no more than thirty-one (31) days nor less than fourteen (14) days prior to the
date of the 2023 annual meeting.
Here is the Interlocal Agreement that was discussed at the October 11, 2022 Special Session. A survey will be up later this week to get feedback on this proposal and what options will be best for the community. Stay tuned!
New EPA Requirement Forces CSCD Service Line Inventory
The Flint, Michigan lead catastrophe had ripple effects throughout the drinking water industry. In its wake, the EPA has become quite stringent on getting the lead out of the ground in America’s public water supplies. This led to the Lead & Copper Revised Rule, or LCRR.
Are you interested in being a part of the Wake Boat Study Committee?
- Certified Scuba divers will obey Indiana State regulations. Divers will be permitted to dive in the idle zones at any time.
- Diving will be permitted in the main waters during the yellow light period only.
- A diving flag must be displayed while a diver is in the water as per regulations.
- Night divers must use underwater lights.
- Special Use Permit for other diving activity must be obtained prior to the event.
Ski areas are the inner most portions of the lakes, the exterior perimeter is defined by the "NO WAKE" buoys.
Here is the Zebra Mussel Awareness Course: www.sites.google.com/view/cscdboat ! This Course Completion Certificate will be required to obtain your 2022-2024 boat decals and beach pass. There is a video or text option available. This course works best on a computer, laptop, iPad, or similar device. If you have any questions please call the CSCD office at 317-933-2893.