Inlet Emergency Communications Tower Committee Plans Major
Crowd Source Funding to Better their Community


In the fall of 2017 a committee of Inlet area Property Owners, First Responders and Business Owners, came together to try and solve one of the areas larger problems. That problem being the lack of good emergency radio connectivity for the first responders in Raquette Lake, Inlet , Eagle Bay and Big Moose areas. The focus of the group was to find a Tower site and build an emergency communications tower to serve those communities.

Over the last eight months the committee in conjunction with the Town of Inlet, CAP-21 and Adirondack Gives has not only started the drive for funding this project with a goal of $350,000.00 but have secured a site and started an engineering plan and APA Application to build the tower by the Fall of 2019.

The goal was a lofty goal but the committee was determined to help provide their residents and visitors with the best possible emergency response times possible. The tower would also help those first responders when on the scene to keep each other safe and stay in contact with any needs they may have when calling on more responders and equipment to a scene.

During the winter the committee put together a very professional crowd sourcing video using the voices of first responders from Raquette Lake Inlet, Eagle Bay and Big Moose. The video and handshake campaign will begin this week and donation of funds for the Tower and more information can be found:

We ask that everyone please go to: and talk with your friends and neighbors and visitors about the importance of how we can make the Central Adirondacks a Safer place to Work Live and Play.


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