There’s no question that COVID-19 was the unexpected challenge everyone faced in 2020.. I’m extremely grateful that the number of cases on Skidaway Island has been relatively low thus far. You are the reason for the comparatively low numbers…everyone in the community who puts on their masks each day and has made at least six feet of social distancing the new standard in personal space.
At the regular monthly meeting of The Landings Association on December 15, 2020, the Board of Directors adopted the 2021 Operating and Capital Reserve Budgets. These documents were placed on the Association’s website (www.landings.org > Governing Documents > Budget Book-2021) for review by the Landings community.
There are 312 pages in the 2021 Budget Book, which may seem a little overwhelming to the casual reader. However, our goal is to provide a comprehensive explanation of all components, processes, and requirements of the budget process, as well as thorough explanations of programs and service levels, and their associated revenue and expenditures. Following are some highlights from the 2021 Budget Book.
If you are a Landings property owner, please request to join our Facebook 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.
The cumulative number of COVID-19 cases for Skidaway Island is 206 positive test results. This is an increase of seven cases since last week's report.
The Association will be reporting the number of cases in the 31411 zip code (includes all of Skidaway Island) each Friday in E-news. If you would like to monitor the data more frequently, please go to the Health District website (https://covid19.gachd.org/covid-19-cases-by-zip-code/).
Normally, this update provides the opportunity for the new president to introduce her or himself to the community; this update does that, sort of. The new president is the old president. I was reelected to serve as the President of TLA’s 2021 Board.
I have been asked why I would want to serve a second year; a good question and one that I have asked myself. I believe that with a year’s experience, I can do a better job. If I did not believe this, I would not have agreed to serve another year. I learned a lot in 2020.
To say that 2020 was not our typical year in all facets of our lives is an understatement. Let us hope that 2021 is a far less challenging year. We covered a wide variety of topics this year, and it can be hard to keep up with all the information. Some of the areas covered include the following: