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Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Learn details about what your Public Works team has been working on recently. 

Courtesy of TLA's Community Development Department

The CDD team has been busy this week. Following is a closer look at what they've been working on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn details about what your Marinas team has been working on recently.

The following information is courtesy of the Georgia Department of Public Health Coastal Health District

 

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

It’s The Landings’ 50th Anniversary year and the party is just getting started!

By Karl Stephens, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
General Manager, COO

Each year, our Public Works Tree Team circulates through our community, cutting back tree overgrowth and removing damaged and diseased trees. Not only does this work keep the community looking its best, but it also uplifts the tree canopies over the roadways to provide proper heights for emergency and other large vehicles. 

Come along as we catch up with Landings Association Environmental Manager Dylan Till and his crew as they work through the cold to help beautify our community.

By Karl Stephens, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
​ General Manager/COO

As The Landings Association gears up for our major streets resurfacing project for the year, we need to make sure the storm drains beneath our roads are in good shape. Otherwise, the paving may have to be redone quicker than normal, due to depressions from potentially failing drainpipes. Additionally, this year marks the golden anniversary of our community, and regular check-ins and proactive maintenance on our infrastructure help to ensure our community thrives for many more years to come.

By Dylan Till - dylant@landings.org
Public Works Environmental Manager

An invasive species in Georgia, coyotes have been expanding eastwardly from their native range in the Southwest United States.

By The 50th Anniversary Communications Subcommittee

Phase I of The Landings opened in September 1972. In the photo collage below at left is a photo of construction of the Marsh Tower.

By Mal Welch
Skidaway Audubon 

Back after a five year hiatus, great horned owls are in the nest on our Palemtto golf course.