News

The current number of COVID-19 cases for Skidaway Island is 19 positive test results. 

The Association will be reporting the number of cases in the 31411 zip code (includes all of Skidaway Island) each Friday in E-news. If you would like to monitor the data more frequently, please go to the Health District website (https://covid19.gachd.org/covid-19-cases-by-zip-code/).

Courtesy of Landings Security and Public Works

To remind community path users to be courteous of others and to know when, and to whom to yield the right-of-way, Landings Security and the Public Works Department recently installed a hierarchy sign at the entrance of the cart path at Landings Way North/Landings Way South that runs from Bartram Road to Westcross Road.

Drop us a few lines (pw@landings.org) and let us know your thoughts on the sign, and if you believe similar ones should be located throughout the community on all the community paths.

Courtesy of Landings Security

As Landings Security continues evaluating methods to make the streets and community paths in The Landings safer, one of our preferred vendors has loaned us their Traffic Hawk traffic compliance device (pictured below). 

The device is a speed detection device that also is being tested for stop sign violations. In the coming weeks, you may see the Traffic Hawk deployed throughout the community at various locations recommended by residents. 

Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon

Summertime and the livin’ is easy – except for Skidaway Audubon volunteers!

Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon

Imagine starting every day with a treasure hunt. Not looking for the TV remote, or car keys, but a real, dig-in-the-sand treasure hunt. 

Courtesy of The Village Library 

As an aid to patrons using the Grab & Go program to borrow books, The Village Library has placed a collection of book titles on its Facebook page to create a virtual catalog. To date, there are photos of the books available from the Rentals, Just Off Rentals, and the Recommended Titles sections. The Library will add titles each week from some of its more popular author sections, including David Baldacci. 

Did you know that during the spring and summer months, The Landings Association’s common property is mowed weekly on a five-day cycle?

Dear Residents,

The Landings Association’s Board of Directors approved the next three-year Property Owners Annual Dues Proposal at its June Board Meeting. The proposed amounts for the next three years are $2,070, $2,170, and $2,270, for an annual average of $2,170. Over the three years, this proposal achieves the minimum amount in the Association’s Capital Reserve Fund for those reserves to be considered “adequate” by industry standards. Otherwise, we are at risk of depleting those funds and not being able to repair and replace the Association’s assets. You can read more about the Reserve Fund in the Budget Box.

By Shari Haldeman - sharih@landings.org
General Manager/COO

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