Accomplishments

INDIAN LAND ACTION COUNCIL ACHIEVEMENTS FROM 2009 TO 2017

ILAC members met with Sinacori Home Builders and expressed the needs of the Indian Land community. The result of this meeting encouraged Sinacori Home Builders to donated 10 acres of the Avondale Project to Lancaster County Parks and Recreation. And they also donated 3 acres of the Covington project to the Pleasant Valley Fire District, to expand the satellite firehouse on Harrisburg Road.

ILAC encouraged Lancaster County to locate a Recycling Center in the Panhandle

ILAC requested that the Panhandle StormWater/MS4 office be located in Indian Land and this encouraged the County to locate a Lancaster County satellite office in the Doby Bridge Center. Other County departments will be offering services to Indian Land residents in this office as well.

ILAC has donated to food banks, Del Webb Library, Indian Land School groups, and Sheriff’s sub station, both EMS stations, also to a local veteran groups in Indian Land.

ILAC saved Roy Hardin Park from being replaced by the Publix Center and relocated to Shelly Mullis Rd.

ILAC was official 2010 Census Partner with the Federal area council. Received an award

From US 2010 Census for 85% participation in Indian Land and 78% participation in Lancaster County. Indian Land formed District 7 and received 1 additional member on the County Council.

ILAC increased Indian Land awareness with decals.

ILAC initiated a citizens group to create a new fire protection fee district for the IL Fire Department through a special referendum. Indian Land is now better serviced for fire protection.

ILAC co-sponsoring Candidate Forum with Gateway News at CrossRidges

ILAC participated in Indian Land Fall Festival

ILAC is sponsor for the Annual Indian Land Community Cleanup part of the Great American Cleanup.

ILAC members represent Indian Land interest by speaking at Lancaster County Council, Planning Committees, and other Lancaster County Boards.

ILAC  members took part in 521 Corridor Study, Sales Tax Referendum, Highway 521/160 Corridor Overlay District, and the resent New UDO.