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Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Athletic Field Project

This week, Absolute Concrete began to install the base for the new perimeter walking path.  Once the base has been installed, in-house stall will install marine matting on top of the path to provide a low-impact surface for all walkers and runners.  Barring any weather delays, the base for the path will be completed by the first of September.  During this portion of the project, the athletic field will not be available for reservations.















2021 Community Path Project

Absolute Concrete continues to work on the conversion of the community path (from asphalt to concrete) from The Village to Sundew Road in the Deer Creek phase of the community.  Absolute Concrete had a slight setback this week waiting for the color mixture we use to tint the concrete to be restocked.  The contractor will continue working on this section of path until completion which is scheduled for the end of August. 

Storm Drain Repair

Staff and Southeast Pipe began work to complete the camering of the damaged storm drain pipes on Coventry Close this week. Barring any further setbacks, the camera inspection will be completed by the end of next week and repair options can be determined.

Tree Pruning/Uplifting

This week, in-house staff conducted additional tree pruning on Landings Way North.  Staff is hopeful that this additional work will reduce the amount of downfall the island receives after heavy rainfall and storm related events.  Staff will continue this work along the primary roadways throughout the island (Landings Way South, Westcross Road, etc.)

Cricket Court Community Path Fence Installation

In-house staff installed approximately 48 feet of fencing this week between the community path and lagoon edge on Cricket Court.  This additional fencing was installed as a safety measure to prevent any persons traveling along the path from inadvertently falling off the path near the lagoon edge. 

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