WWTD uses a company to clean the leaves from the gutters of the roads.
While they are out here with the equipment to vacuum leaves, we decided
to try this service for homeowner's leaves this year. The following is
also posted on our bullitin boards at Crooked Trail and Crooked Trail Extension.
LEAVES PICKUP WEEK OF DEC 5TH.
Witches Woods Lake will be picking up leaves the week of Dec 5th.
Homeowners are to put leaves in front of their homes NO LARGE PILES.
Please DO NOT bag any leaves and NO BRANCHES,
and DO NOT place leaves in the roads.
Any questions please email email@example.com
We will discuss this service at the May 2017 Annual meeting to get feedback
from the home owners to see if this should become a line item in the next budget.
Note: Check the "EMERGENCY NOTICES" tab (see left) for important updates....
This is the Witches Woods Tax District official web site. This site is operated and maintained by the Witches Woods Tax District Board of Directors. Our aim is to make this site an enjoyable, informative and interactive experience for you. We’ll share information about Witches Woods Lake, activities and lake business. We hope that you will share your thoughts & ideas with us and that we all get to know each other better to maximize our enjoyment of Witches Woods Lake. Your comments and interaction will help us make this web site a success.
Covenants (deed restrictions) are enforced by the Board of Directors. Landowners are responsible for knowing and adhering to the covenants. Guest and renters are also restricted by the covenants. (Recorded Vol. 64/578 - Town of Woodstock)
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Safe Waterskiing Endorsement
Effective October 1, 2015, in order to operate a vessel or personal watercraft (ex. Jetski) on Connecticut waters that is towing a skier, tube, or has anyone riding the wake of the vessel, the operator must: be age 16 or older and have a valid boating certificate from either Connecticut, a state that has a reciprocal agreement with Connecticut, or a U.S. Coast Guard operator’s license and possess a Connecticut Safe Waterskiing Endorsement.
Connecticut currently has reciprocity with New York, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. We hope to enter into reciprocal agreements with other states before Spring, 2016.
Persons who have obtained any of the certificates listed in #2 (above) prior to October 1, 2015 are exempt from needing theSafe Waterskiing Endorsement.
Beginning October 1, all classroom boating courses approved by the Commissioner resulting in a Connecticut boating safety certificate will now include the information and testing needed to qualify for the Safe Waterskiing Endorsement. Upon successful completion of the classroom course, the Safe Waterskiing Endorsement will print automatically when the boating certificate is purchased through the Online Sportsmen Licensing webpage. For additional information from the Connecticut DEEP, please click on the link below
Waterfowl - Why Not Feed Them?
Please clink on the link below to read what problems ducks and other waterfowl can create!!!!!