Public Works...Working for You!
As previously reported in e-communications this week, the Public Works Department will continue taking calls and responding to emails remotely. Barring any mandatory shelter-in-place orders, the Street Sweeper and Jetter will continue to operate on an as-needed basis, as will the environmental team, Facilities Maintenance, and Fleet Maintenance. Until further notice, BrightView, TLA’s contracted landscape company, also is working their normal cycle of mowing and landscape maintenance.
If you need to reach Public works, please email PW@landings.org. Remember, you can use the SeeClickFix platform to report maintenance issues (e.g., street light outages, dead animal on roadway, storm drain concerns, etc.). The platform provides the Public Works Department’s staff with a centralized work request management system to administer issues from creation to resolution, all while engaging residents throughout the process.
The mobile app is available for download on Android and iPhone by searching for The Landings Association in the respective app store. In addition to the mobile app, residents can send reports via the Association’s Website (www.landings.org/service-requests).
Vandalism to TLA-owned Facilities
Over the past week, in-house staff has been required to complete several repairs to TLA-owned facilities in response to incidents involving vandalism. The vandalism has included the following: the breakage of four hose bibs at the Landings Harbor wash rack and one near the boat storage rack along with the clogging of toliets, removal of a toilet, kicking in locked doors, etc. at the Athletic Field Complex restrooms.
Bennett Paving completed the paving of Pine Shadow Court, Buttonbush Lane and Raindance Court this week. Staff will continue to send communications via Swift 911 and mail tubes on the contractor’s progress and any
delays throughout the ongoing project. Barring any asphalt plant closures, Bennett Paving will progress to Franklin Court next week.
Additionally, Absolute Concrete replaced curbing along Village Green Circle ahead of the paving that will take place in a couple of weeks.
Deer Creek Visitor Slide Gate Repair
As a recap, the Deer Creek visitor lane slide gate was damaged last week by a contractor. Our service provider, Custom Metal Fabricators, began working on the repairs this week which include straightening the gate and removing and repairing the damaged steel angle section. Barring any further delays, the slide gate will be fully operational next week
This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website. Visit landings.org to read the original article. https://landings.org/news/2020/03/27/public-worksworking-you