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The Ninety Six High School Boasts a First-Class Extra-Curricular Team participating in seasonal tournaments. The “Ninety Six Anglers” team hosts an annual tournament in the fall on Lake Greenwood and has competition in the Lakelands Area throughout the year. This year’s
Lake Greenwood residents surround the lake and enjoy the beautiful lakeside living year-round…as the pictures below represent…provided by the Walt Willard family in the Fall of 2014.
Click on a title below to provide information about a topic of interest to you Lake Greenwood Report Card for 2015 PLG_reportcard_150915_Final Hydrilla Article by Debi and Dave Bailey Greenwood County Lake Management Report 303D on the status of
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Preserving Lake Greenwood
Minutes February 16, 2017
(Meeting at CPW)
Thanks to Mike Monaghan and CPW
Attendees: Grant Blair, Craig Stuckey, Walker Moore, I. Lehr Brisbin , Joyce Cossey, Walt Willard, Claire Hamanaka, Deborah Bailey, Rich & Gail Hermann, Dan Koenig, Rossi Corwon, Roy Mendelshon, Darrell Gregory, Chris Starker,
Treasurer’s Report: $716.50 in bank.
Lake Management: Rossi Corwon discussed plans under FERC review for replacing the Fuse Plug at Buzzard’s Roost Dam. This will be paid by the 2007 Capital Sales Tax. About $20M was set aside, with $1M authorized for studies. A number of systems were studied, with a Fuse Gate or Station Gate option currently being studied. Plans are balancing cost, suitability, with minimal effects on lake level and environment when the project is executed, hopefully beginning in 2018.
Hydrilla: Weeds in Summerset Bay are both hydrilla and eelgrass. Roy Mendelson, (a resident) reported the eelgrass is not responding to treatment.
Web Page: Dan Koenig reported on PLG web page. We have transferred hosting from California to a local provider, Technisis for $120 annually. Domain registration will cost an additional $70/5-years. These fees will be due again in July. Dan also suggested we hire Andy Johnson for additions, or design/layout changes.
Lake Clean-Up : Cleanup scheduled for March 11th. We are participating in planning with Keep Greenwood County Beautiful. Register at http://www.greenwoodsc.gov/countywebsite/
Ninety Six and Greenwood Fishing teams have been contacted and will launch from Buzzards Roost boat launch. There are about 30 members on each team.
SCWRA: PLG will present at SCRWA round table on March 23rd.
From the dark side…Laurens…the moon setting this morning was spectacular. Lake’s rising, days getting longer, life is good. Part of our agenda is from the 9 Feb board meeting at Camp Fellowship. Items to be covered on 16 Feb @
Hydrilla Identified in Summerset Bay Area
Preserving Lake Greenwood Serving Laurens, Greenwood, and Newberry Counties Preserving and restoring the quality of Lake Greenwood for current and future generations through education and advocacy. Preserving Lake Greenwood Minutes January 19,2017 (Meeting at CPW) Thanks to Mike Monaghan and
Preserving Lake Greenwood Serving Laurens, Greenwood, and Newberry Counties Preserving and restoring the quality of Lake Greenwood for current and future generations through education and advocacy. Community Action Needed Attend meetings to learn about and comment on issues concerning Lake