For the past two months, there have been multiple reports of sick or dying raccoons in The Landings. Landings Association staff recently met with representatives from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GADNR), and Chatham County Animal Services to understand better the authority and proper procedures as it relates to sick and dying raccoons.
Join Skidaway Audubon as it kicks off its FRIENDS program with an exciting venture into the world of raptors. The Center for Wildlife Education from Georgia Southern University will present a Raptor Program on January 12 at 1 p.m. on The Landings Association’s Athletic Field (600 Landings Way South).
The Landings Harbor store will be closed Tuesday, January 15 and possibly Wednesday, January 16, while new flooring is installed.
The Marina still will be operating normally outside, so fuel and boating will not be affected.
For more information, call Landings Harbor Marina (598-1901)
Do you want to share your opinion on a topic of interest with your neighbors and friends and gather their feedback? If you answered yes, then the new discussion forum on The Landings Association’s website is the perfect platform for you!
If you haven’t registered your golf cart with The Landings Association, what are you waiting for? The process is quick, easy, and convenient. A Security Officer even will come to your home to register your cart during a time that works best for you.