The Landings Community Survey window will open on Monday, October 23. An email invitation will be sent to the primary email address we have on file for owners.
Your participation in the survey demonstrates your interest and involvement in our community and provides important feedback for policy development, program improvement, resource alignment, and strategic planning. Individual responses go directly to the consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and remain confidential. The window to complete the survey will remain open until November 10, 2017.
So much for the 100-year storm! Once again, I must thank several team members for their contributions during Hurricane Irma. Albeit, this storm was not nearly as destructive for The Landings as Hurricane Matthew in 2016, it was no lightweight matter. Going into the storm, we had no idea how bad it was going to turn out. With that said, the following Security staff members deserve recognition and appreciation.
Last year, The Landings Association and The Landings Club contracted with Nutter & Associates, Inc. to evaluate both sprayfields to maximize their efficiencies. During the evaluation of both sprayfields, the contractor observed inefficiencies relating to low nozzle pressures, absence of spray pattern overlaps, and significant ponding within the sprayfields. Specifically, this included chronic and substantial ponding in the south sprayfield (owned by the Association), which was evidenced by the prevalence of aquatic vegetation.
Approximately 25 Skidaway Island residents, including those from The Landings, turned out for the Coastal Georgia Indicators Community Conversation on October 16 at the Skidaway Island United Methodist Church.
Head down to Landings Harbor Marina on November 5 from 1 to 3 p.m. to learn all about Fly Fishing from Captain Tom Herrmann. The cost of this seminar is $25 per adult and $15 for children under 15. Complimentary snacks will be served. Click this link to register:
Fall is upon us, and the cooler temperatures finally are here! This is a great time of year to hike and explore some of the nearby islands, such as Wassaw and Daufuskie. Since Irma passed through in September, staff have been busy getting the Marinas in tip-top shape. Overall, we were very fortunate; the damage could have much more devastating to the facilities. The new floating docks at Delegal had no damage and did very well in the storm. Landings Harbor had some minor damage but overall fared well.
The tree may be dead, but The Landings Bird Cam is very much alive!
Eagles, Owls, and Ospreys - Oh My! It's time to kick off the 2017-2018 season of this Landings treasure, and we NEED YOUR HELP to find the next nest!! Got Owls?? We have new cameras ready to deploy - click to let us know where you're hearing/seeing them!