With summer quickly approaching, it is important to remember to inspect your turf on a regular basis for insect activity. The Landings Association’s Public Works staff have noticed an increase in insect activity in the irrigated turfed areas of the community.
The primary insects causing this damage are mole crickets and chinch bugs. As summer sets in, we also will start to see an increase in fall armyworms. A successful turf management program requires regular inspections of your yard to address these insects before they can do large amounts of damage.
Your Landings Association works to bring you details about initiatives and projects in the community via emails, Latest Landings News, and The Landings Journal. Additionally, we try to answer questions and concerns, to help you separate the facts from rumors in communications such as Backyard Buzz and In the Pipeline.
Beginning Monday, June 7, Bennett Paving will begin milling Mercer Road. Tentative work hours are scheduled from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Once the road has been milled, the contractor will clean the surface and pave the road. Barring any weather delays, the project should be completed on or before Friday, June 11.
Please check your mail tubes for further information related to paving schedules.
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. Please note, that once registered and issued the decals, residents may not alter the decals.