On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

US Postal Service Investigation                    

TLA Security was contacted by a US Postal Inspector regarding several open envelopes that appeared to have checks removed. The return address on the envelopes included several homes within The Landings. Security personnel are assisting the USPS with their investigation, and residents are encouraged to drop off their outgoing mail in an official USPS drop box.


Motor Vehicle Crash (MVC)

On August 28, Security and CCPD responded to Landings Way South regarding a MVC. The driver of a golf cart ran into a vendor’s vehicle, and he was cited by CCPD for failure to yield when entering the road.

Animal Incident

Security assisted Chatham Animal Services regarding a resident who was bitten by a cat. As a reminder, cats must not be allowed to roam freely and should be “chipped” as well as vaccinated. The “leash law” applies to cats as well as dogs.

Welfare Checks

Security responded to several welfare checks last week, and fortunately all ended well. As a reminder, residents are strongly encouraged to have emergency contact information on file with TLA. The easiest way to add or update emergency contact information is to visit www.GateAccess.net and update your file.

Traffic Enforcement

Another friendly reminder: Be on the lookout for Security Officers, and possibly CCPD, to be enforcing speed limits in the Tidewater and Landings Way South area in the near future. Speed limits in the community are 30 MPH unless posted otherwise. TLA’s moving traffic fine structure is a warning up to $99 for the first offense, $100 to $249 for the second, $250 to $999 for the third, and $1,000 up to $1,500 for the 4th and subsequent offense.

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

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