Saturday, February 15, 2020

ILCDC meets Feb 19

Indian Lake promotes community development

INDIAN LAKE--The Indian Lake Community Development Corporation (ILCDC) Board is holding a meeting at 7 PM on Wednesday, February 19, in the Town of Indian Lake Byron Park Meeting Room. Christy Wilt, Hamilton County Director of Tourism, Economic Development and Industrial Develop-ment, will be the guest speaker.
Christy's office is in partnership with the Adirondack North Country Associa-tion Center for Businesses in Transition (CBIT), an organization that addresses the loss of area businesses by providing matchmaking services with potential buyers, access to planning tools and connections with existing services. Alt-hough it is referred to as a Center, it is really a dynamic evolving partnership between regional organizations and individuals interested in the retention and future of our businesses and communities. The CBIT is a unique collaboration whose goal is to support existing business owners as well as aspiring entre-preneurs in developing informed business transition strategies. Wilt will pro-vide an overview of the CBIT and inform meeting participants of planned 2020 activities.
For several years, the ILCDC has served as an active resource for Town of In-dian Lake business owners. The organization has hosted several well attended and successful business informational workshops and sessions and they look forward to partnering with the CBIT to assist local business owners with their transition activities.
The Hamilton County Economic Development website currently includes a real estate list of 26 county businesses in the Business Opportunities Section. In-cluded in the list are 11 businesses that are in the Town of Indian Lake, which has prompted the ILCDC to partner with the CBIT.
Come on February 19 to explore how the ILCDC can be of service to our town businesses. If you would like additional information about the Center for Busi-nesses in Transition, please contact Brenda Valentine, President, Indian Lake Community Development Corporation, 518-648-5636 or

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