Currently, the Deer Creek North Gate located on McWhorter Drive is inoperable.
Technicians for the Gate Vendor have identified that the Continental Control Panel has malfunctioned. The Continental Control Panel translates data from Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFIDs), sends the data to the gate controller, and the controller opens the gate.
The technicians are trying to locate the part. However, the gate could remain inoperable until the middle of next week.
While the gate is down, residents are asked to use the Deer Creek Village Gate.
Residents are reminded that the cardboard and plastic recycling services at The Landings Recycling Center were suspended in late October. Please refrain from dumping plastics and cardboard at the facility.
The cameras at the Center are operational, and violators caught dumping items are subject to fines and RFID suspension.
Thank you for helping us keep the Center clean. As a reminder, Goodwill and The Salvation Army have donation sites at this location, and aluminum can recycling still is available with proceeds benefiting the local Boy Scout Troop.
November has been full of activity. Congratulations to Hal Duensing, Tony Martin, and Judy Monaco for their election to The Landings Association’s Board of Directors. Thank you to those of you who voted!
On November 19, TLA’s Board appointed three new directors to The Landings Company’s Board. Congratulations to Cliff Frohn, Seth Goodman, and Mike Newman.
If you missed The Landings Association’s November 19 Board Meeting, you can watch a video of the meeting on our YouTube site by clicking here.
Videos still are hosted on our Facebook Group Page for those who prefer to stay connected via that platform.
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.
It’s time for all things turkey, so let’s learn a little more about our feathered friends. Did you know that an adult turkey has around 5,500 feathers, but there are only 18 feathers in their famous tail fan?