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Courtesy of Landings Public Works

2021 Athletic Field Project Update

This week, Sporting Concepts removed the old playground equipment and began to install the new playground elements. The contractor is ahead of schedule due to the efforts the Public Works staff completed prior to their arrival (with the removal of the shuffleboards). 

All residents can view live footage of the project by clicking on the following link: The camera will be accessible Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., with some work occurring on Saturdays. 

The Public Works Department will continue to update the community as the project progresses. As a reminder, this facility will remain closed until completion of the installation and final site cleanup. 

Center Island Tree Cutbacks

R&D Tree continued to work on the center island cutback program this week. The contractor completed tree work in Deer Creek and has progressed to the center islands located in Oakridge.    

Lagoon Cutback Program

The lagoon crew continued with the annual lagoon cutback program this week working in the Midpoint and Oakridge phases of the community. This program includes the removal of woody vegetation and unwanted plant material from around the lagoon, increasing the aesthetics of the lagoon while also improving access for fisherman and TLA spray technicians.

The Marshview Landing and North Access Control Facility Generators

During the weekly inspection of TLA-owned generators, in-house crews determined the generators located at the North Access Control Facility and Marshview Landing required maintenance. The North Access Control Facility generator has an issue with its control panel and is no longer operational. Staff is working with W.W. Williams, one of our generator service providers, to order and install a new control panel for this unit. In the interim, staff provided this facility with a portable generator if needed. 

Staff and W.W. Williams are also working on the Marshview Landing generator to determine the cause of its malfunction and will work towards repairing until fully operational. 

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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