News

Courtesy of Landings Finance Department

The Landings Association's Online Customer Payment Portal is now available! The payment portal can be accessed from our website's home page (www.landings.org). Then click the Payment Portal quick link (it is the orange dollar sign icon).

By Judy Monaco – judymonacotla@gmail.com
Landings Association Board Nominating Committee Chair
  • It is that time of year again for The Landings Association (TLA) to accept nominations for the 2023 Board of Directors.
  • Last year,  we had a phenomenal amount of interest, and our committee had the difficult task of narrowing down some very qualified residents to the six who would ultimately run. I am happy to say that many of the others went on to join TLA committees.
  • Serving on the Board is a commitment and a responsibility, but it also is very fulfilling work.
  • The good news is, as an active member of the Board, you still will have plenty of time to enjoy the Landings lifestyle. In fact, one of our current board members holds a full-time job, and two of us run consulting businesses, yet we have time for TLA-related business and leisure activities.
  • The deadline for applications is July 11. 
  • Utilities, Inc. is working on repairing three utility holes near the intersection of Landings Way North and Priest Landing Drive. 
  • One of the utility holes is located in the middle of the road, while the other two are on the community path.
By Raoul Rushin - Raoul@thelandings.com 
President, TLCo
  • As reported last month, we’ve been recognized as the Georgia zip code with the highest average sales prices.
  • Like many markets around the country, our median and average price of homes sold this year as compared to. last year is up substantially.
  • For those who have sold, average days on the market have fallen by one-third.
Courtesy of Landings Finance Department

The Landings Association's Online Customer Payment Portal is now available! The payment portal can be accessed from our website's home page (www.landings.org). Then click the Payment Portal quick link (it is the orange dollar sign icon).

Courtesy of Landings Security
  • On Saturday, June 25, Security, Chatham Emergency Services (CES), and Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) responded to Priest Landing Drive and Monastery Road intersection for a motor vehicle crash.
  • Upon arrival, officers learned that the first vehicle's driver ran the stop sign and struck the second vehicle, causing significant damage to both cars.
  • The first vehicle's driver was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign and causing the accident. Both vehicles were removed from the scene via a tow truck.
By Judy Monaco – judymonacotla@gmail.com
Landings Association Board Nominating Committee Chair
  • It is that time of year again for The Landings Association (TLA) to accept nominations for the 2023 Board of Directors.
  • Last year,  we had a phenomenal amount of interest, and our committee had the difficult task of narrowing down some very qualified residents to the six who would ultimately run. I am happy to say that many of the others went on to join TLA committees.
  • Serving on the Board is a commitment and a responsibility, but it also is very fulfilling work.
  • The good news is, as an active member of the Board, you still will have plenty of time to enjoy the Landings lifestyle. In fact, one of our current board members holds a full-time job, and two of us run consulting businesses, yet we have time for TLA-related business and leisure activities.
  • The deadline for applications is July 11. 
By Hunter Marr - HMarr@chathames.org
Chief, Skidaway Division
  • It has now been more than two years since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the start of the pandemic around the world.
  • Not that anyone needs reminding, but the pandemic has altered the way in which we do pretty much everything.
  • One of the biggest changes that has affected the workplace is that a number of employees now are working from home. For some companies, this is a temporary fix, though others are looking into making this a permanent change.

 

  • Utilities Inc.’s 2021 Irrigation Audit Rebate Program was a huge success, with 30 residents receiving an irrigation system audit.
  • The program helped participants improve the functionality of their system with the overall goal of conserving outdoor water usage.

  • To further encourage water conservation and a reduction in water usage across Skidaway Island, Utilities, Inc. has initiated its second Irrigation Audit Rebate Program.
Courtesy of Landings Security
  • On Thursday, June 30, Security responded to the areas of Crooked Creek Lane and Salt Meadow Court for possible gunshots in the area. A check of both areas found no suspicious activity.
  • Security responded to Green Island Road for a report of a suspicious person seen exiting the woods and walking down the road.
  • An officer made contact with the individual, who advised that he was coming from North Carolina.
  • Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) was contacted and spoke with the man. CCPD advised that the man had a clean criminal record, and there were no reports of him causing trouble.
  • The officer believed the man would be gone by nightfall and did not feel he was dangerous to anyone.