If you are a Landings property owner, please request to join our group today so you can keep up with what is trending for The Landings Association and learn more about events and programs happening in the community. For the convenience of members unable to attend The Landings Association's monthly Board Meetings, the meetings now are live streamed, and the recording then is posted on the Association’s Facebook Group page where they remain for one month.
The Landings Association’s Community Survey, conducted every two years, was closed on July 21st, with a higher response rate than two years ago. Thank you to all 2,891 owners who took the time to participate! We do not have any results back yet, but the survey firm plans to present details at the August 27 Board Meeting, open to all residents, and livestreamed on our Landings Association Facebook Group. We will post details online as well when they are available.
The annual budget for The Landings Association is approved in December by the Board of Directors for the upcoming fiscal year beginning January 1. The groundwork for an approved budget begins months in advance and is currently underway for the 2020 budget. This process is inclusive of TLA staff consisting of department directors and other staff, as well as community volunteers with industry-specific backgrounds who serve on committees to heighten fiscal responsibility.
The challenges with Community Path safety (or the lack thereof) is nothing new. However, most would agree overall safety on our community paths has continued to decline. Although stats reflect cycles, and this year, golf cart complaints to security staff decreased 19.4%. Conversely, staff’s enforcement stats have increased 42.1 %.
The annual dredging of Landings Harbor's began on Thursday morning (July 25) and will continue through most of August. The goal of the project is to remove the silt that has been deposited in the basin over the last year, with The Landings Association being permitted to dredge to a depth of eight feet at mean low water.
The majority of the dredging will take place at night to reduce inconvenience to boaters, and the only noise associated with the project will be the diesel engine running and the booster pump on land.
Savannah P.E.O. Chapter L will host Maria Zouves, co-founder and executive director of the Savannah VOICE Festival on August 15 at the Skidaway Island United Methodist Church. The program in Bailey Hall begins at 9:30 a.m. with coffee and will feature performances by several VOICE Festival participants in addition to Ms. Zouves’ presentation. This event is free to the public.