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UPDATE TWIN LAKES ROAD RESURFACING
Posted on Jul 12th, 2021
Spartanburg County contacted Sylvia Nicholls,Twin Lakes Special Tax District Board Member, today with an update on the paving of all our roads/streets. Earlier they had stated work would begin in September. They have rescheduled our neighborhood for work to begin in two weeks. They asked that the residents be informed they will be grinding the roads down two (2) inches and then paving. It will be a mess with the noise and dust. They assured her it would be worth it and we will be pleased when they are finished. Please be patient and remember this doesn't happen very often. Sylvia made this request 3 or 4 years ago and we've been on their waiting list. We finally made it to the top.
 
The County has posted signs at all entrances as well as on both ends of the road across the dam (L.P. Pitts Ave.). Please take the time to read what is posted as instructions are given as to what we are to do prior to and while work is in progress - no parking on the streets, irrigation systems, etc..
 
As additional information is received, it will be posted on the website.
Update - Tennis Court Refurbishment
Posted on Jun 29th, 2021
We've been in contact with the contractor. They are running behind due to the weather and foreman being out the last few weeks. We are now on their schedule for August 9th. It could be a little earlier or later depending on weather. 

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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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