The R-3 (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) Committee is the recipient of the 2019 Volunteer Group of the Year Award. The group led by Chair Connie Squibb began in 2018 after Squibb witnessed, again and again, the inability of some residents to properly use the cardboard compactor at the Landings Recycling Center.
The shamrocks are out, and the Irish flags are up, but there’s more to March than St. Patrick’s Day. Skidaway Audubon’s upcoming and ongoing activities and events offer additional ways to “be green” this month.
Join the Landings Art Association (LAA) on March 17 as we host Cathrine Varnedoe. The meet-and-greet portion of the program will begin at 6:30 p.m., with the program following at 7 p.m. Non-members are welcomed for a charge of $3.
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Solving National Healthcare Problems
Delivering cost-effective healthcare remains a challenge for both the public and private sectors in the United States. This is a particularly "hot topic" in today’s increasingly polarized political environment that will determine how citizens will access healthcare in the future.
The Landings Association’s major road repaving project for 2020 is scheduled to begin shortly. This almost $1.1 million contract ensures your roads remain in good driving condition and are safe for residents, guests, and vendors. There are 15 roads included in the project scope, selected based on condition, as demonstrated by significant degradation of the road wear surface, including root intrusions, alligator cracking, and potholes. The specific streets scheduled are summarized in the chart below.
The Landings Association's 2019 Annual Report has been posted. It provides audited financial statements, an overview of 2019, as well as a preview of major projects for 2020. You can view this document by clicking 2019 Annual Report.