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Courtesy of TLA's Community Development Department

The CDD team has been busy this week. Following is a closer look at what they've been working on. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starting April 15, members can begin reserving Delegal Marina’s Sunset Pavilion, Landings Harbor’s Picnic Grounds, and the Association’s Meeting Rooms. Previously reservations of these amenities were suspended due to COVID-19 protocols mandated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Executive Orders from the Governor regarding restrictions on gathering. 

The April 15 Architectural Review Committee (ARC) Meeting Agenda has been posted. It can be accessed by clicking April 15 ARC Virtual Meeting Agenda

NOTE: This is a virtual meeting. In-person attendance is not permitted as we practice social distancing as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDD) to help flatten the curve of COVID-19.

The Coastal Health District no longer is reporting the cumulative number of COVID-19 cases by Zip Code. You still can view this archived area of the health department's website, by clicking here

To view the most current data and charts, to include vaccination data, weekly testing numbers, statewide data, and more, click here

By Amber Capps - amberc@landings.org 
Executive Assistant to the Public Works Director  

Signage exists throughout the community to distinguish between streets, areas of the community, and gates, and to identify speed limits, restricted areas, and more. Some of the signs are constructed in-house (e.g., street signs, stop signs, speed limit signs, etc.). Other signage, like monument and institutional signs (identifying community entrances, gatehouses, etc.), are contracted out due to their size, complexity, and material. 

By Amber Capps and Lynn Lewis - (amberc@landings.org and lynnl@landings.org) 

Springtime and warmer weather tend to bring alligators out of the lagoons and onto the lagoon banks. For the most part, alligators will leave you alone. However, they are large, wild animals and for your safety, they are never to be fed nor should you get too close to one. 

OK. The better headline probably should be “Slowing Spam”. It’s interesting to note that back in 2004, Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates was quoted as saying, “Two years from now, spam will be solved.” Though Gates is one of the all-time visionaries, he missed the mark on this prediction, unfortunately. 

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

Your Landings Association has organized two Landings Nights at the Ball Park for 2021. This year, for your convenience, you can purchase tickets from the comfort of your own home.

Courtesy of CCA Skidaway

Protecting, Preserving, and Improving Water Quality throughout the Ogeechee River Basin 

The Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) of Skidaway announces a change in the time and location of the May meeting, which will feature the Ogeechee Riverkeeper. Damon Mullis,

the Ogeechee Riverkeeper/Executive Director, will be the speaker. The May meeting, scheduled for Monday, May 10, will be held in person at St. Peter’s Church and via Zoom for those who prefer to continue in this format. In addition, the meeting will be returned to its previous 7 p.m. start time. 

Courtesy of Landings Landlovers

Mark your calendars now for May 1 and 3 to donate items from around your home you no longer need or want that your neighbors might like! Donations will be accepted in the Palmetto Club parking lot from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and there will be plenty of workers there to help you unload your treasures.  

If you have larger items to donate, you can schedule a pick-up now for April 29 through May 3 by calling Margy Hatch (203-246-4285) or Kerry Ufford (401-529-5108). 

For more information on the categories of items accepted, please visit landingslandlovers.com.  For questions about The MARKETPLACE, email Rib Rubin (ribrubin@aol.com).