Twin Lakes back to normal levels

Joe Thomas, left, and Chris Cote of the city's park maintenance department walk off after reinstalling the pier bridge at Twin Lakes on Monday. The lakes' water level has been returned to normal after being flushed with salt water the last month to kill the invasive aquatic weed called milfoil.

Joe Thomas, left, and Chris Cote of the city’s park maintenance department walk off after reinstalling the pier bridge at Twin Lakes on Monday. The lakes’ water level has been returned to normal after being flushed with salt water the last month to kill the invasive aquatic weed called milfoil.

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