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Weed Treatment July 21

After a series of delays, the lakes will be treated July 21 with ProcellaCOR in some areas and Diquat in others. These are state approved treatments for the invasive weeds that clog portions of East and West Twin (mostly on … Read More

No Weed Treatment Today

There will be no herbicide treatment on Twin Lakes today, as was previously scheduled. Delays at the state level persist. It is unclear when the next treatment will be permitted. Please stay tuned. You can find regular updates on our new Twitter feed, … Read More

Weed Treatment Expected Tomorrow

The annual herbicide treatment on Twin Lakes is down to the wire again this year. It is scheduled for Wednesday, June 30 (tomorrow). But there have been delays at the state level and we do not yet have final approval of … Read More

Noise A Top Concern at Member Meeting

An ordinance banning music on the water after 5 p.m. might be one way to address a rising noise problem on East Twin Lake, said First Selectman Curtis Rand. His comment came at the June 19 membership meeting of the Twin … Read More

June Member Meeting Minutes

TWIN LAKES ASSOCIATION BIANNUAL MEETING June 19, 2021 Isola Bella Meeting called to order at 10:00 AM by President Grant Bogle at the pavilion at Isola Bella. Approximately 55-60 members were present (which represents a quorum of over 15% of … Read More

Meeting Agenda

The June 19 membership meeting for the Twin Lakes Association is set for 10 a.m. at Isola Bella. This will be an in-person meeting with no Zoom attendance. The meeting will take place rain or shine in the campground pavilion. Here is … Read More

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June 2021 Meeting Minutes

Minutes of the TLA Board Meeting, June 10, 2021, 7-9 pm Attendees:  Grant Bogle, Bill Barton, Jean Bell, Jackie Blombach, Jeff Bravin, Terry Cohen, Russ Conklin, Carey Fiertz, Rich Haupt, Dan Kadlec, Justin Meyer, Pat Miller, Eric Stoer, Dan Vogus Absent:  Dave … Read More

Watching the Water

Water levels have long been a fascination on Twin Lakes, where most residents and visitors have little understanding of the considerations underlying any decision to open or close the gate at the end of the channel on Taconic Road. Salisbury … Read More

Breakfast is Served

In her 42 years at O’Hara’s Landing, Mary Oullette has seen it all. There was the man who arrived the evening before fishing season began and drank so much that night that he passed out face down in his eggs … Read More