News

Did you miss any of these news articles that originally were posted last Friday (March 30)?

Tonight (Friday, April 6) from 5:30 to 8 p.m. is the first Sunset Party of the season at Delegal Creek Marina. The fun continues tomorrow (Saturday, April 7) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a Grand-Re-Opening Celebration at Delegal Creek Marina.

The Landings Association has organized a Town Hall Meeting for Monday, June 18 at 7 p.m., in Plantation Club’s Ballroom, to cover Hurricane Preparedness.

By Amber Capps - amberc@landings.org
Public Works Office Manager

A couple of years ago, The Landings Association created a free, downloadable mobile app and web tool through SeeClickFix that was customized specifically for the Landings community.

While the primary focus of the mobile app is to give residents an easy to use platform for reporting issues and problems around the community (e.g., streetlight outages, damaged trees on common property, potholes, damaged mailboxes, etc.), that’s not the only benefit this app offers.

By Amber Capps - amberc@landings.org
Public Works Office Manager

Many of you have shared success stories about the water you have been able to save through the leak alert notifications you received via phone and email. You now have another avenue for accessing the EyeOnWater portal to prevent leaks and save money – via your TLA app!

Did you know that The Landings Association’s Community Development Department has an Exterior Color Collection portfolio?

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

Scam calls are on the rise, and some are taking place in The Landings. Recently, a Landings resident reported receiving a phone call appearing to come from The Landings Association that included a recorded message asking if she would like to eliminate her debt. Baffled by the fact that she was receiving this call and had no debt, and even more confused that such a call would be coming from The Landings Association, the resident immediately hung up. A few days later, she received the same call, but this time it came from a neighbor’s phone number.

By Amber Capps - amberc@landings.org
Public Works Office Manager

Many of you may have noticed that some of the deer in the community are eating plants and shrubs that aren’t normally a part of their daily diet.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communciations Manager

   Dog ownership can be a very rewarding experience, but just as important as the relationship is between pets and owners, is the relationship between pet owners and neighbors.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

One of the many selling points of The Landings is its natural habitat and timeless beauty. The many towering Live Oaks, Red Oaks, Magnolias, and stately pines that grace the island help to make up some of this beauty. But did you know there are some hidden gems within the gates that help to add to the Southern charm? The Kids’ Fishing Lagoon is one of those gems.