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Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Holiday Preparations

BrightView, in conjunction with Public Works staff have been working throughout the community completing additional maintenance cycles, spraying and dying lagoons around amenity areas, and wrapping up various projects in preparation for the upcoming July 4th holiday.  Please note that The Public Works Department will be closed in observance of Independence Day on Tuesday, July 4.

Landings Harbor Fishing Pier Repairs

This week, in-house staff made repairs to the Landings Harbor Fishing Pier in preparation for the upcoming re-decking and railing replacement project. The old deck boards have been removed and new stringers are being installed in preparation for the new, concrete surface. The Pier will reopen on the afternoon of Friday, June 30, in time for the July 4th holiday. The Pier will be closed again starting July 10 for additional repairs. Please use caution in and around the Pier as the area remains a construction zone. 

2023 Storm Drain Project

Southeast Pipe began working on Phase 2 of this year’s storm drain capital project. Southeast Pipe is working on making necessary repairs to the storm drain pipes along Landings Way North near Mercer Road. Barring any delays, the project is anticipated to take approximately three weeks to complete.  Please note that work will not take place the week of July 3. 

Amenity Tree Cutback Program

In-house staff completed tree cutbacks around Delegal Creek Marina and currently are working at Landings Harbor Marina. As a reminder, this work is completed annually by in-house staff to promote a healthy canopy, while cutting back any tree limbs that may impede vehicular traffic or use of the amenities.

Delegal Creek Marina Street Light Repairs

This week, In-house staff repaired some of the streetlights around Delegal Creek Marina that the Association maintains -- not those maintained by Georgia Power. Some of the lights are inoperable due to an underground electrical issue and staff is working to restore them.


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