BOARD ELECTION RESULTS - 2-23-21
Posted on Feb 23rd, 2021
Newly elected Board Members are as follows:
TWIN LAKES CLUB RESIDENTS;
Posted on Feb 15th, 2021
This has been an unusually difficult year for everyone. The COVID virus has changed many aspects of our lives. The Twin Lakes Board has been challenged by the restrictions placed on all of us during the pandemic. Governor McMaster set limits on gatherings, so the Clubhouse has been unavailable for rental. The twelve Directors have managed to meet with enough space between us to accommodate the guidelines of the CDC. As we noted earlier, the Board agreed to postpone the Annual Meeting for safety reasons. Many of our residents have contracted the virus and two of our neighbors have died from complications associated with the virus.
However, the Board has sought to continue the business of the Twin Lakes Club. The Board of Directors are volunteers and the majority have jobs as well as other obligations. Please keep this in mind when interacting with us.
Another issue that the Board would like to address is communication with residents. It recently came to the attention of the Board that there are entries on the website www.nextdoor.com suggesting that the Board has poor communication with our neighbors. We will try to improve by posting more on our website. However, the BoardRead More >>
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Twin Lakes Club – Lakes Management Newsletter
This letter is to inform Twin Lakes Club Members of the steps being taken to maintain the health of our lakes and fish. Carl Grizzle has actively helped manage the lakes for decades and has brought items of attention to the board. Carl Grizzle may be contacted if further information is needed beyond this newsletter.
The 1st item is water quality. The Board has voted to have the lakes fertilized late March or early April. Fertilization will help eliminate slime, weed growth and promote water clarity and fish growth.
The 2nd item is fish population. The Board has voted to have Thread Fin Shad added to both lakes, per Carl Grizzle’s recommendation, to enhance the growth rate of the fish population (i.e. Bass, Bream and Crappie). Thread Fin Shad will reproduce and supply food for the current fish population for several years. The
3rd item is fish harvesting. Due to the small size of the current fish population, it will take time for the current population to recover properly if certain fish are removed from the lakes. The Board now asks all members to abide by the following fish conservation rules, effective immediately:
1-) Large Mouth Bass 12” or longer – return to the lake
2-) Limit your catch and keep to: 5 Large Mouth Bass (less than 12” per day) 8 Bream (less than 8” per day) 8 Crappie (less than 8” per day)
These rules will allow the smaller fish to grow to a much larger size and help maintain healthy lakes. The Board would like to thank all of its members for their participation in helping to maintain these beautiful lakes.
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