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Next year is when we hold our community-wide survey, where we receive input from our owners on what services are important to them, along with satisfaction levels. As noted in the General Manager’s column, we certainly will be addressing the unsuccessful Property Owner Dues (Assessment) proposal to understand better what changes our community wants to see so that a successful vote can be held in the future.

The Reserve Fund is a restricted fund for major capital replacements, such as roads, paths, storm drains, bridges, lagoon structures, piers, and heavy equipment and machinery. The funds are not subject to federal or state income taxes when used for this purpose. The ability to accumulate funds for needed capital replacements on a tax-free basis represents a significant economic benefit to our property owners.

By Paul Kurilla - paulk@landings.org
Public Works/Community Development Director

Coyotes resemble a small dog or fox and are known for how well they adapt and thrive in a variety of habitats wherever water, food, and shelter can be found. For many decades, coyotes have inhabited Wassaw, Ossabaw, and Green Island. It comes as no surprise that they tend to travel through Skidaway Island from time-to-time.

For the past several weeks, Landing Association Public Works has received visual confirmation (via trail cameras) of coyote sightings in various areas of the community.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

If you know of just the person or group to nominate for the 2018 Volunteer of the Year or 2018 Volunteer Group of the Year awards, The Landings Association wants to hear from you.

The Volunteer of the Year and the Volunteer Group of the Year are intended to promote and reward volunteerism at The Landings. The recipients are those individuals who have gone above and beyond expectations to offer their time, talent, and expertise to a cause which benefits others.

By Rick Cunningham
President, The Landings Association

This will be my last monthly report to the community as The Landings Association’s President, and this month I’ll discuss one of the Association’s key responsibilities…that of preserving the value of your property. Some of this year’s accomplishments, large and small, in support of that are the following.

By Kristin Peney - kristinp@landings.org
Community Programs Manager

The final food truck event of 2018 will be one for the record books! Not only will there be delicious treats from Barnes, Blowin’ Smoke, King of Pops, Little Diddle’s Sweetery, and Yoshi’s Kitchen, but the Christy Alan Band will be playing your favorite songs and the SEC Championship game featuring the universities of Alabama and Georgia will be on the big screen. Kids can also have fun by getting their faces painted and enjoying the bounce house.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

   When you are out and about this holiday season, whether it is just for a few days or a few weeks, be sure and use the following helpful tips to keep your home safe and secure.

Tis the season for eating turkey! According to a study done by the University of Illinois Extension Center, 46 million turkeys are eaten in the United States each Thanksgiving, 22 million on Christmas, and 19 million on Easter.

Courtesy of CCA

Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) of Skidaway and Landings Harbor Marina will host our annual Oyster Roast and Pig Pickin’ at Landings Harbor on Sunday, December 2 from 2 to 4 p.m.

We have 250 tickets available for this celebration, so come out and enjoy an afternoon of great food, fellowship, and fun at our picturesque picnic area at Landings Harbor.

Tickets are $70 (couple) and $40 (single) and are available for advance purchase from the Landings Harbor Store and any CCA Board Member. Buy yours while they last!

Courtesy of LAA

Throughout December, The Landings Art Association (LAA) will present three Artists of the Month for a show you won’t want to miss. Beginning with a reception at 5 p.m. on December 6, The Plantation Club will be adorned with the paintings of watercolorists Nancy Lieb and Liz McAdams, along with the work of knife maker Robert Wright, whose custom-made knives will be on display.