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Owner’s Association | Madison, MS

Where Water Meets The Sky

Every now and then, it happens: a special place is born. Where water meets the sky. Where energy awakens. Where suddenly you find yourself seeing, feeling, knowing it is meant to be.

Caroline’s 850-acre lake, surrounded by hundreds of gently rolling acres, is a world unto itself. A world where the sounds of nature serenade. Where water holds her mirror constant to the ever-changing moods of the sky. Where opportunity calls. The opportunity to own your own piece of shoreline. To glimpse tranquil water or pristine greens as you stroll through your neighborhood. To gain the peace and quiet of country living.

We call it home… Our Caroline.

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News Notes April 13, 2017
The Lake Caroline Owners Association office will be Closed Friday, April 14th, For Good Friday

Garbage will pick up as normal on Monday

Catfish Tournament:
Lake Caroline's Ninth Annual Catfish Tournament, sponsored by the Lake Committee, will be May 12th and May 13th. The previous eight years the tournament has taken 23,991pounds (12 tons) of catfish out of the lake. Thanks to all those who have participated in the tournaments and the Lake Committee for sponsoring this event.

Fishermen and Ladies can start fishing at noon, Friday, May 12th, and continue through noon, May 13th. Weigh-in will be from 10:00 a.m. until noon, May 13th, at the Martinique Clubhouse.

Registration forms are available in the LCOA office or reply to this email and we will email you one.

Lake Levels and News:
The lake is now 3.75 inches above full pool which is one inch lower than last week.

The next fertilizing of both lakes will be April 21st.
Also, the following scheduled date to fertilize both lakes will be the week of May 8th.

Safety On Our Streets:
Speed limit on all streets inside Lake Caroline is 25 MPH. This speed limit is for your, other vehicles as well as pedestrian’s safety. Please obey the speed limit. Speed is especially bad on Bridgewater, Caroline Boulevard and Bellevue Drive which goes across the dam to Highway 22.

We also continue to have some unsafe practices on Lake Caroline streets including pedestrians wearing dark clothing at night (or early morning), walking on the right side of the street instead of the left and motorists speeding and not giving the legal three feet to bicyclists when passing. Bicyclists should obey all traffic laws including stopping at stop signs.

Please, let's all just watch out for each other and be safe.

Both Pools are open from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m.:
Pools may be closed for cleaning or to correct water condition; we try very hard never to close both pools at the same time.
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