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Courtesy of Carefree at The Landings

Carefree at The Landings is having an unofficial Start of Summer membership drive at HarborFest on Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The tentative Agenda for The Landings Association’s May 28 Board Meeting can be accessed by clicking here.

This week, the Chatham County Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC) held a hearing on the proposed development along Green Island Road.

Per Director of Development Services Marcus Lotson, here is what occurred:

Beginning Monday, May 20, Bennett Paving, our road contractor, will begin milling Priest Landing Drive from Bartram Road to Landings Way North.

It is important to note that work will be conducted from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day, Monday through Saturday.

If you live on Priest Landing Drive, please look for a communication in your mail tube outlining the following information:

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including a theft, vehicle accident, and an open area fire.

Learn details about Marshview Landing and North Gate equipment replacement, Main Gate exit lane plantings, 2019 Community Path Project, and more!

On Monday, May 20, Remote Technology will begin the removal and replacement of the gate system equipment located at the North Gate.

During this time, there will be limited access associated with incoming traffic, and there will be delays. Please use the Main or Oakridge gates during the gate equipment replacement project.

Barring any unforeseen delays (e.g., severe inclement weather), the North Gate should be fully operational by Thursday, May 23. Please proceed with caution in and around the facility and be cognizant of the contractors working in this area.

By Sean Burgess - seanb@landings.org
Interim Public Works Director

Have you been searching for a way to lower your water bill? Search no more, because a shallow well for irrigation could be the answer to big savings! Why pay to use drinking water on your landscape when you can pump your own irrigation water from your shallow well?

A shallow well is a hole which has been dug, bored, driven, or drilled into the ground for the purpose of extracting water from aquifers near the ground surface. A well is considered to be shallow if it is fewer than 50 feet deep.

In April, Utilities, Inc. (the community’s water and wastewater company) launched a new mobile app and web portal called MyUtilityConnect. The new portal allows customers the flexibility of managing their accounts from virtually anywhere.

As a recap, some of the benefits of MyUtilityConnect include:

Sponsored by the Strategic Water Committee

The Landings Association, in conjunction with Utilities, Inc. and BrightView Landscapes, will host a Turf Field Day on June 11 from 4 to 7 p.m.