Creek restoration project likely won’t close the pickleball courts
Not only has the cost to shore up Tice Creek dropped nearly $750,000, but the project most likely will not involve closing the Creekside pickleball courts after all. That’s because the work will be attacked from the creek side of the courts, so the fence around the courts won’t have to come down, said Clayton Clark, building maintenance manager. As Tice Creek meanders through Rossmoor,
September 15, 2020