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The Landings Association’s Annual Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 3, 2020, at 7 p.m., at the Plantation Club Ballroom. Please make a point to attend, as The Landings Association will report on the financial results from the past year as well as a look ahead for 2020.

The Landings Association’s Annual Report will be posted online prior to this meeting. Look for a future Email Bulletin with the details.

We look forward to seeing you on March 3!

Effective immediately, Landings Harbor Marina is adopting a no smoking/vaping policy. Residents and guests are asked to refrain from smoking or vaping on the porch of the Harbor Store as well as near the fuel pumps.

By Meredith Welch - meredithwelch@gmail.com

Findings from archeological digs at the ruins of the Benedictine Monastery and Freedman School on Skidaway Island will be presented on Thursday, January 30, by Laura Seifert, Savannah Archaeological Alliance Director. Seifert, who led the effort, will give an illustrated talk at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church (3 West Ridge Road) at 4:45 p.m. The presentation is underwritten by Skidaway Audubon, and there is no cost to attend.

The history revealed through nearly 12,000 artifacts found at the site dates from just after the Civil War.

Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon

Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon

Join Skidaway Audubon on Saturday, February 22, on The Landings Association’s Athletic Field (600 Landings Way South) at 1 p.m.

Courtesy of The Landings Club

Enmarket - Proud Partner of the Savannah Golf Championship

Did you know that Freedom, Georgia Southern University’s (GSU) bald eagle mascot is one of only two American Bald Eagles in the country that flies during college football games and commencement ceremonies?

The Landings Association has continued discussions with Chatham County staff, after the removal of the rumble strips, concerning the follow-up required to repair these roads. County staff has advised that the removal work performed by the County contractor did not meet the County’s specifications for this work and created damage to the road surface. The chronic noise problem continues to negatively impact our residents. The County is reviewing two options to address the road condition. The first option being explored is to require the contractor to repair the road.

Recently The Landings Association has become aware of some confusion with respect to Private Property Maintenance Standards (PPMS) inspection processes. The following information addresses those issues:

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including a Reported Fire, Juvenile-Related Incident and Continued Vandalism, and more!