Courtesy of Landings Public Works and Utilities, Inc.
Thu, 01/24/2019 - 5:11pm
More than 1,240 residents have signed up for Utilities, Inc.’s EyeOnWater online portal, which allows residents to monitor and understand better their water usage, as well as to detect when you might have a leak in your system.
Water is one of our most precious natural resources, and conserving it remains one of the hottest topics of the day. Now that winter is here, you can go a bit further to help conserve this resource by watering your landscape less often. Please be mindful if you have your irrigation system on a timer that you will have to adjust it depending upon the weather. As temperatures drop near freezing, systems should be turned off to prevent standing water which can create icy and hazardous conditions along the roads, cart paths, and curbs.
Would you like a chance to play with a professional golfer on the Web.com Tour? This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss! Landings Landlovers has partnered with the Savannah Golf Championship to raffle off an experience in the Skyway Capital Markets Pro-Am Tournament.
Half of all money raised will go to Landlovers charities.
Maybe it’s because of what we do in The Landings every day or possibly because I have older parents who live on the island, but I’m always paying attention to obstacles in our way when we show up at someone’s house for an emergency.
Tables, cabinets, dog crates, dresser drawers, chairs, and even plants can hinder us from getting someone on the floor if we must do CPR. Manipulating a stretcher inside a home can be almost impossible in some of the homes on our island because of so many obstacles in the way.
One of the many wonderful things about living on Skidaway Island is that we live in the middle of a wildlife sanctuary and can observe and interact with more than 200 varieties of birds and countless varieties of other wildlife. Where else can you observe a bald eagle while eating your breakfast cereal?
Did you ever wonder why duck decoys are in some Landings Lagoons? Duck decoys are used to mark the location of underwater structures (reefs). These reefs provide cover for small fish and are made from environmentally-friendly materials.
This year’s Market at 3 West Ridge will benefit two remarkable children’s organizations in Savannah -- Family Promise of Greater Savannah and Heads Up Guidance Services (HUGS). To view a brochure with details about this event, please click here.