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County to meet with ICNA July 19

Fulfilling a pledge to work with community members, County Planning Commissioner Ed Marx will host a neighborhood meeting to discuss the future of the Indian Creek Woods on: Wednesday, July 19 7:30 at the Museum of the Earth The intent…

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County to discuss Indian Creek woods at Planning Board meeting 4/6/17

The Tompkins County legislature is once again turning its attention to the Indian Creek woods, the 25.5 acres of publicly-owned wetlands, woods and natural habitat that sits amid all the new developments planned for West Hill. The county planning board…

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Indian Creek land has “neighbor agita”

The Ithaca Times has posted an article about the county’s proposed sale of the Indian Creek woods. The article begins: “For sale: 25.52 acres on West Hill, with some wetlands and conservation easements. The neighbor agita comes free.” It’s an…

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Update on county’s sale plans

Though Tompkins County legislators did not accept ICNA members’ purchase offer for the Indian Creek woods, our group continues to monitor the county’s actions regarding the sale of the land. We will continue to strive for full transparency of any…

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Dear Friends — We have great news for all of you who have supported our efforts to save the Indian Creek woods: NRP has pulled out of the “Cayuga Trails” project and will not be building its townhouse development on…

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