The Crescent Lake CAT Team has just opened their new website. We’re still the same ole CAT Team with a New Domain Name and a New Face. Check us out at www.clcat.org. Don’t forget to update your Favorites or Bookmarks. See you there!
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OR 58: Salt Creek Half Viaduct project completed:
A project to rebuild two half-viaducts adjacent to the OR 58: Salt Creek Tunnel has been completed… Click here for to read the ODOT News Release and Watch the Video.
Peaks Newsletter (Click to read)
For additional News and Information click on the “Public Notices” link.
For Information Leading to the Arrest and Conviction of the Person or Persons Responsible for the Theft of Diamond Peaks Firewise Community Signs between Saturday September 6th and Monday September 8th 2014. Click for more info.
Replacement value for these signs is $800.00. If you would like to contribute to the reward fund or to the replacement fund, please contact the email address above.
Send Email to: DiamondPeaksFirewise.email@example.com
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The Crescent Lake Community Action Teams Mission is to facilitate communication between residents and property owners with governing organizations in order to ensure issues and projects that are important to the town and community are represented.
The Goal Of Your Local C.A.T. Team is to use open communications such as the Cascade News CLCAT’s website and other forms of communication to notify the residents and property owners of issues projects events and other information that are needed for residents and property owners to make informed decisions. The CLCAT does not act independently regarding issues and concerns but will take a position on issues and projects to promote the town and community of Crescent Lake.
Help support your local area C.A.T. Team?
We receive no government monies. We depend entirely on the people of our communities and fund raising activities.
If you can’t donate money, maybe you can donate a little of your time by volunteering for some of our fund raising activities or a Board Member position in an effort to bring Life, Environment and Communities together.
Let your voice be heard. Attend your local Community Action Team meetings.