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By Suzie Hunt - suziemhunt@gmail.com
Parade Chair

Join your friends and neighbors on Sunday, November 7 from 2 to 3 p.m. for Skidaway Salutes Veterans! This golf cart parade is a chance to come together as a community and have some fun as we honor the men and women who serve our country. We will display a memorial to the fallen 13 at the conclusion of the parade route.

Courtesy of Landings Security

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently. 

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Learn details about what your Public Works team has been working on recently. 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn details about what your Marinas team has been working on recently.

Backyard Buzz - Facts Regarding Tidewater Square Option Circulating on Nextdoor

Is the Tidewater Way option that I saw recently on Nextdoor the final rendering of work that will take place on Tidewater Square to address the issues of deterioration and drivability?

By Tim Cook - timc@landings.org 
Security Director

It is not often that I say this, but thankfully, we were left out! As I watch another Hurricane Season soon come to an end, I am grateful we were spared from the 10 storms that made landfall so far this year, which included Tropical Storms Claudette, Danny, Fred, and Mindy, as well as Hurricanes Elsa, Grace, Henri, Ida, Larry, and Nicholas. Although I am not a huge fan of looking in the rearview mirror often, it can remind, humble, and inspire us. Such was the case when I reflected upon 2016’s Hurricane Matthew.

By Kelly Gordon - sifrpresident@gmail.com
President, First Responders

Wow! The positive responses we’ve had from countless residents after my last article is astounding! Thank you for all the support and encouragement for our team. We appreciate it very much.

By Carey Ruppert - cruppert@chathames.org
Chief, Skidaway Division

Cold Weather Worries

As the year progresses and temperatures drop, a couple situations routinely occur that cause alarm for some residents. Their heating system is turned on for the first time and they smell something burning, or they notice what looks like smoke rising from a frost-covered roof. Both situations happen normally, and both have a simple, non-hazardous explanation. Hopefully, being forewarned will help prevent alarm if either of these situations happen to you.

The following information is courtesy of the Georgia Department of Public Health Coastal Health District