According to the preliminary agenda for the Metropolitan Planning Commission, the Green Island Road proposed development will be discussed during this Tuesday’s meeting.You can read details in the agenda.
Last year, staff, in conjunction with residential volunteers (Bob Hainly and Rick Cunningham) met with Russ Clark, a Professor with Georgia Tech, to discuss the plausibility of installing sea level sensor(s) in The Landings.
Golf carts are an integral part of almost every Landings resident’s life. We are lucky enough to live in a community where you can take your golf cart to the grocery store or the drive-through teller at your bank. The downside of electric golf cart ownership are some very real dangers connected to the batteries that run them…specifically, the production of explosive hydrogen gas during the charging process.
Someone asked me recently how some of us can manage to be Chatham Emergency Services volunteer firefighters for Skidaway Division while also being a Skidaway Island Medical First Responder (SIFR). It was the first time I’ve received this question, and I’ve decided to address it in this column.