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Landings Harbor Tiki Bar Annual Maintenance

On Tuesday and Wednesday, staff cleaned and repainted the inside of the Tiki Bar located at Landings Harbor (which is part of our annual maintenance program). The Tiki Bar offers a unique covered gathering place for our residents and guests that overlooks the intracoastal waterway.

Marsh Observation Tower Repairs

During an inspection last month, staff detected some structural concerns located between the first and second leading on the stairway.   Powers Building Solutions has been contracted to complete the necessary repairs which is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 15.  During these repairs, the tower will remain closed. 

GA Power Street Lighting Upgrade

Over the last year, staff, in conjunction with our Public Works Committee, have been working with Georgia Power to upgrade the street lighting throughout the community. 

On Monday, June 22, Coffey Utility, a subcontractor for Georgia Power, will begin the replacement of the high-pressure sodium light fixtures (which are no longer manufactured) with new LED fixtures. Coffey Utility will begin working at the south end of the island near Delegal Marina and progress northbound, ending at Landings Harbor Marina.   Barring any delays, the project is anticipated to be completed by the end of July. As a reminder, the Association will not incur any additional costs associated with these upgrades. 

2020 Community Path Project

On Monday, Absolute Concrete began the demolition of the path located from Shellwind Drive to the Deer Creek Clubhouse.  Weather permitting, this section of path is scheduled to be completed by the end of next week. 

2020 Road Repair and Replacement Project

Bennett Paving is continuing to address the “punch” list items associated with this year’s road repair and replacement project.  Additionally, Gene Chervenak, with Thomas & Hutton, completed his inspection of the roads paved within the 2020 project and will submit a report outlining any issues/concerns (if any were observed). 

Storm Drainpipe Repair

Southeast Pipe installed a CIPP (cure in place pipe) lining on a section of the pipe located north of the intersection of Wiley Bottom Road and Landings Way North this week.  A camera inspection was completed inside of the pipe which showed evidence of multiple joint failures.  The CIPP lining was completed to help preserve the road infrastructure located above the pipe and was funded through the department’s operating budget. 









Lagoon 106 Check Valve Relocation

On Wednesday, the east section of the Delegal Marina Pier (the area closest to Delegal’s Retreat) was closed to relocate a check valve from Lagoon 106 to the marsh edge/outfall.  This relocation was completed with a crane’s assistance to help regulate the saltwater intrusion into Lagoon 106, while providing adequate drainage for stormwater run-off. 






Delegal Fuel Line Replacement

Barring any further weather delays, Meco of Savannah anticipates the completion of the Delegal fuel line replacement (that was approved last month) on Friday.  Over the last week, the Delegal fuel station has been shut off and communications were previously been sent to all Delegal boaters.   

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