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The Agenda for the October 23 Landings Association monthly Board Meeting has been posted. It can be accessed by clicking Board Agenda.

If you have not yet voted on The Landings Association’s Property Owner Dues (Assessment) proposal. You’re almost out of time.

The deadline to vote is 7 days from today, on October 26, at 4 p.m.

To vote, simply click this direct link (https://eballot4.votenet.com/LandingsAssociation/login.cfm) to be taken to the ballot login screen.

By Erica Kersey - ericak@landings.org
Security Office Manager

Recently, I wrote about everyone’s favorite topic – golf cart and community path safety. Wait! Don’t stop reading yet.

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

This week Public Works staff continued the clean-up associated with the aftermath of Tropical Storm Michael. The crew has completed removing large limbs and downed trees as well as raking, blowing, and sweeping roadways. Crews have picked up the downfall on the common property along the primary right-of-way and center islands with all debris in these areas scheduled to be picked up by the end of the week. Once completed, BrightView staff will begin picking up the downfall located on secondary center islands and courtyards.

October 31: 5:30-8:30 p.m.

The official day for trick-or-treating at The Landings will be Wednesday, October 31. As well, the official hours for trick-or-treating will be from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Below are some safety tips:

The Dog Park (located near the Water Tower along Landings Way North and Wiley Bottom Road) is one of The Association’s most highly utilized amenities.

Did you know now is the perfect time for you and your pooch to try out The Landings Dog Park to see if it is a good fit for your social life? From September 1 through December each year, the rate drops to $15 per dog.

Courtesy of Neighbors Helping Neighbors

If you are looking for a worthwhile volunteer activity right here in our community, Neighbors Helping Neighbors is for you.

Did you know a total of 248 bird species have been identified on Skidaway Island? You can see more than 40 species without ever leaving your home, provided you have feeders, a water feature, and some cover for the birds. If you’d like to venture out around the island, be sure to visit Sparrow Field, Priest Landing, and the lagoon on Bartram Road.

Join Seattle-based Professional Photographer Randy Hanna for an evening of travel photography and adventure stories from around the world on Friday, November 16 in the Plantation Ballroom from 5 to 7 p.m.