The Landings Association’s Finance Department is one of the Association’s smaller departments, made up of just four employees. These individuals are tasked with the important role of managing the organization’s financial resources. Aside from making sure the bills are paid and the money is deposited into the bank, these four employees are responsible for developing and monitoring the Association’s budget, researching and recommending investment strategies, maintaining insurance and risk management programs, reporting monthly to the Finance Committee and Board of Directors, invoicing and collecting monies that are due from residents and vendors, and supporting the information technology systems throughout the entire organization.
If you aren’t sure why your water bill is so high or have other water or wastewater questions, call Utilities, Inc.! Utilities, Inc. is Skidaway Island’s water and wastewater provider and can answer frequently asked questions that range from locating your water meter to service interruptions to billing questions, and more. Their customer service number is 888-527-9707, and below is a list of cues associated with this phone number:
Together For A Cure (TFAC) is just around the corner! The events run from April 12 through April 20 and include all court sports, golf, and Wellness Center activities. Registration and detailed information about the event and how to participate is available on the website (www.lwga.net/TFAC).
On April 15 at 10 a.m. The Landings’ Chapter of Ariel Savannah Angel Partners (ASAP) will host a virtual meeting to discuss The Anatomy of an Angel Investment, showing how to provide growth capital to transformative early-stage ventures to help bring their technologies to market.
Your Landings Association continues to focus on improving communications and making gathering information as easy as possible for members. In keeping with this goal, we recently tweaked a few areas of our existing website (www.landings.org) and updated the overall look and feel. The new site boasts a more robust search feature, allowing users to filter by date, article title, forms, and more.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced Wednesday (March 10) expanded eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations. On March 15, vaccination criteria will expand to include Georgians aged 55 and older and individuals with disabilities and certain medical conditions.