News

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org  
Communications Manager

After 21 years as an avid Landings volunteer, Don McCulloch is handing over his chain saw and protective gear and embarking on a second retirement, this time to the Marshes o

By Lynn Lewis - lynn@landings.org
Communications Manager

Fairy gardens may sound magical and evoke images of Tinkerbell and pixie dust.

Courtesy of The Landings Company

The Landings Company is looking for a few, great homes to support its Discovery Visit Program. To learn more, click here

Courtesy of The Landings Company

If you are out an about in the community this weekend, you will notice that the Landings Company sign has been removed and replaced with a temporary sign. A newly designed sign currently is in production and should be installed within the coming weeks. 

Stay tuned for the big reveal!

Courtesy of The Village Library 

The Village Library now has an easy-to-use online catalog thanks to our webmaster Jeff Storer. The link to the catalog is http://bit.ly/The-Village-Library-Catalog. You also can find the link on the home page of the library’s website (thevillagelibrary.org). 

By now you likely have noticed the Traffic Hawk speed detection device located in various areas of the community. Landings Security is testing the device to see if it would be beneficial to helping reduce incidents of speeding in The Landings.  

Courtesy of Landings Security

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including Fires, Bicycle Accidents, and more.

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Learn details about the Community Path Project, Dog Park Improvements, and more.

By Tim Cook - timc@landings.org 
Security Director

Tis the holiday for lots of festive fun and fireworks. If you plan to get in on the firework action this Independence Day, please remember to brush up on the dos and don’ts for expelling fireworks in The Landings.

One of The Landings Association’s Board’s goals this year is to continue improvement in communications. As indicated at our annual meeting, we want the community to have the facts when an issue of concern arises.

Since the Annual Dues proposal was announced, I have heard two “facts” being circulated in the community which first arose during the debates over incorporation. The claim has been made that TLA misused money intended for other purposes during the time period that incorporation was being considered. As discussed below, these “facts” are not true.