Meeting the needs of residents in a timely manner always has been a top priority at The Landings Association. But just like any other business, there are extremely busy times that make quick service a challenge.
Although the number of walk-in customers at The Landings Association varies from day-to-day, it is pretty much a constant that things will be extremely busy during the morning hours, according to Community Relations Representatives Toni Grant, Ashley Lloyd, and Sabrina McDowell.
Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has informed The Landings Association that restriping from Pin Point Community to the Skidaway Narrows Bridge will continue, weather permitting, tomorrow (October 31) through Friday (November 2) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
According to GDOT, it would be cost prohibitive to conduct this work during night hours, and because workers are painting some areas of the road by hand, they need light for accuracy and safety.
Please plan ahead, expect delays, and proceed with caution in and around the work area.
The Landings Association has been informed by Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) officials that a contractor is restriping portions of the roadway near the Diamond Causeway. Traffic is down to one lane causing congestion coming onto and leaving The Landings. This work will continue through 4 p.m. today (October 30).
The Landings Association was not made aware of this work and has reached out to GDOT to find out why the work was not planned for night hours.
Please expect delays and proceed with caution in and around the work area.
With the prediction of thunderstorms today (Friday, October 26), LandingsFest has been rescheduled for December 1.
The event will have the same food and entertainment previously scheduled, but the new date will allow us to add in some fun holiday activities to help get everyone in a festive spirit. Stay tuned for more details on Landings HolidayFest as they become available.
Join us Tuesday, October 30 at 10 a.m. at The Landings Association's Administrative Building (600 Landings Way South) for a Stormwater Pollution Seminar and Stewardship Program.
Heavy rainfall can create stormwater, which runs off the land, picking up pollutants like plastics as well as lawn clippings and fertilizers. These pollutants are carried down the storm drain to the nearest waterway and can harm fish and other aquatic life. Marking these storm drains is a way to remind everyone that only water should go down the drain.
After reading the Security Update from last year at this time, it appears we continue to deal with the same issues. We mentioned the “bad guys” spoofing local telephone numbers with the intent to deceive residents by giving the impression the call was originating from on the island. They have changed tactics and now tap into various sources to spoof phone numbers which are familiar to you, such as friends and family members. It is not uncommon for someone to spoof a family member’s telephone number and state your loved one needs your help (money) once you have answered the call.