On Sunday (July 23) Bennett Paving will be tacking Westcross Road (the application of liquid asphalt to promote bonding to the new driving surface). The tacking process will not require lane closures; however, the driving lane will be narrowed in the areas of application.
We live in a special community. One has the luxury of driving over a big, beautiful bridge to come onto our island. The vast amount of manicured and breathtaking scenery we are fortunate enough to see on a daily basis still astounds me.
The Landings Association’s Twitter account allows us to distribute information of a time-sensitive nature to subscribers with a cell phone (whether it is a smartphone that can browse the internet or a standard cell phone), as Twitter allows simple text messages to be sent and received.
If you are interested in receiving Twitter alerts from the Association, please visit www.landings.org, and click on the Twitter icon at the top, right-hand side of the homepage.
The Landings Dog Park is perhaps one of the most underrated gems of our community and, beyond dog owners, often flies under the radar. To that end, we want your readers to know that a dog-related Community Field Day
Your Landings Military Family Relief Fund (LMFRF) Board acted on 14 requests during the month of June -- seven from Ft. Stewart and seven from Hunter Army Airfield. Actions on these requests resulted in the dispensing more than $11,000. Most of the grants were for basic living expenses and family emergencies.
No one supposedly looks forward, it’s said, to “opening a can of worms”. Yet, exactly the opposite has been true this spring and summer for dozens of local youngsters (from the Bethesda and Oglethorpe schools and, most recently, from Safe Shelter’s Camp R.O.C.K.), who, after digging into their can of worms, came up with big smiles and lots of fish thanks to the volunteer efforts of members of the Skidaway Island Chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA).
Earlier this year, The Landings Association published an article encouraging everyone to do their part to keep the Recycling Center tidy. However, according to Landings Association Public Works employees who help to maintain the facility, cross-contamination is an even bigger problem these days. Recycling is a waste management strategy, and cross-contamination negates the benefits. For example, when metal and plastic containers end up in a paper bale and are sent through the pulper at a paper mill, these once recyclable products are headed for the landfill.