News

By Tim Cook - timc@landings.org
Security Director, The Landings Association
  • The holidays are here, and that means scammers and thieves have increased their activity.
  • We have written several articles on scams and how to vet vendors properly.
  • Please, do your due diligence before having any work done or hiring a contractor.
  • While shopping, please be aware of your surroundings, and take measures to detract from becoming a target.
  • The same goes for online shopping and various email or phone scams.
Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • Weather permitting, beginning Monday, December 12, a portion of Marburg Lane (just the circle) and the entire asphalt surface of Nathanael Lane and Marsh Elder Lane will be milled. Then the milled surfaces on all three roads will be repaved. Barring any delays, we anticipate the work to take approximately two days to complete.
  • Staff continued the Annual Road Cutbacks program this week.
  • This week, BrightView painted the turfed areas around the gatehouses.
By Tim Cook - timc@landings.org 
Security Director
  • Important notice! If you are still pre-authorizing your guests and vendors by calling 912-598-1982, option 1, please follow the automated prompts.
  • Keep in mind, this is not a voicemail system, and when asked to clearly say the name of your guest, simply state the name of your guest or vendor.
  • Do NOT leave your name, address, etc. Your PIN number is tied directly to your account, so we do not need any other information besides your guest’s or vendor’s name.
  • If you need to provide special instructions associated with your guest or vendor, then the below mentioned GateAccess.Net is the appropriate option. It has a dedicated place to annotate special notes or instructions.
Courtesy of Skidaway Abigails
  • Skidaway Abigails will present The Power of Partnerships on Thursday, December 8th at 3:30 p.m. at Messiah Lutheran Church. 
  • The featured speaker is Lizann Roberts from Coastal Georgia Indicators Coalition. 
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  • Email us at webmaster@landings.org to share your thoughts. 
Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • On December 13, the Deer Creek Automatic Gate (located off McWhorter Drive) was closed for maintenance.
  • Staff continued to work on the Annual Road Cutback program.
  • The Lagoon Crew began working on lagoon cutbacks in the Palmetto phase of the community this week.
  • The community path cutback program is completed annually as part of our landscape contract with BrightView Landscapes.
By Raoul Rushin - Raoul@thelandings.com 
President, TLCo
  • Change is in the air…
  • As we pushed into November and rounded the corner to December, some clear signs are developing relative to the national real estate market and, specifically, in The Landings:
Courtesy of Landings Security
  • Landings Security responded to several welfare checks during the last two weeks. Some turned out favorably with the residents being well, but two checks did not end as favorably.
  • On November 29, Landings Security and CCPD responded to a minor vehicle crash on Diamond Causeway. No injuries were reported.
  • On November 27, a parking issue, which was resolved, escalated into a neighbor-to-neighbor dispute. CCPD responded to speak with the parties involved and filed an official police report to document the incident.
  • On November 23, Security responded to a verified barking dog complaint.
  • On November 16, Security responded to a delayed report of two dogs running loose which resulted in the dogs jumping on a resident who was walking in the vicinity of the dogs’ home.
  • On November 18, TLA Security responded to a US flag being torn down from a tree. No suspects or witnesses were identified at the time of the incident.
Courtesy of TLA's Community Development Department
  • Staff performed routine inspections in Phase I this week. Follow-up and requested inspections were conducted throughout the island. 
  • This week, 14 properties were contacted regarding a violation of the Private Property Maintenance Standards, and 15 properties were contacted to provide courtesy education regarding property maintenance standards.

 

 

Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • Weather permitting, beginning Monday (December 12), a portion of Marburg Lane (just the circle) and the entire asphalt surface of Nathanael Lane and Marsh Elder Lane will be milled.
  • After, the milled surfaces on the three roads will be repaved.
  • Barring any delays, we anticipate the work to take approximately two days to complete.