News

Please be aware there is a Georgia Power related scam circulating in our area. The caller claims to be employed by Georgia Power (they even have a recording that is duplicated from Georgia Power and comes from a spoofed number) and pursuant to state law is calling you 45 minutes prior to disconnecting power to your home. The caller claims you are delinquent on your last bill and owe for the installation of a smart meter and if payment is not immediately received, the meter will be removed and your power disconnected.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

The Landings Association hosted its annual Landings Roundtable with elected and appointed officials on November 7.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

An overcast afternoon and a few annoying bugs couldn’t ruin the high spirits and overall cheer at Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) Skidaway Chapter’s dedication ceremony on November 8 for the new CCA Outdoor Education Center at

If you haven’t taken the time to fill out our Comcast/Xfinity survey, you have until Thursday, November 15 to make your voice heard.

Your participation is our chance as a community to provide feedback on what’s working well and what can be improved.

The survey should take no more than four minutes to complete, and it can be accessed via the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TL7B5M2

Did you know there still are a few days left to get your organization’s events listed in the calendar to be published in the 2019 Landings Residential Directory?

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

The air was filled with laughter and the aroma of wonderful food as more than 75 new homeowners learned about their new island paradise on November 6 at the final New Resident Reception and Orientation of 2018 at Plantation Club.

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

In 1994, The Landings Association created a wildlife management program wherein the U.S. Department of Agriculture (APHIS) provided one ¾ time Wildlife Biologist to remove and manage state and/or federally protected species such as deer, feral hogs, vultures and numerous species of migratory birds.

Since the program’s inception 24 years ago, the USDA Wildlife Biologist has removed an annual average of 115 deer and 70 other offending species from The Landings Association property.

By Miguel “Machi” Cossio

There are few pockets of this country like our island. Just look around – gangs of boys on bicycles with fishing poles.

Did you know there are 91 miles of roads in The Landings? There also are 30 miles (22 paved) of community paths and trails on common property.

By Betsy Slocum - bsartista@yahoo.com
President, LAA

November is the time of year when Landings Art Association (LAA) members respond to a need within the Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools’(SCPSS) Visual Arts Departments through fundraising efforts within its Association.

Continued participation to fill its “Art Bank” has succeeded this year in its ongoing program to collect an abundance of art supplies that will be turned over to SCPSS in January to assist in completing their 2018-19 school year.