Betty Stout

Rank: Digital Superhero Civic Points: 1,280
  • 1 & 2 Robert Reid Ct. Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    Tree looks to be leaning over at about 30 + degrees and resting against other trees. Base of tree has significant rotting, but the tree has leaves. It also appears that part of the root system has pulled up recently. I don't know if the tree would remain where it is if it were not for the trees that it is leaning against.
  • 12 Robert Reid Ct SAVANNAH, GA - Landings Association
    Substantially large, 7-8 feet, alligator floating north in Lagoon 15, next to Magnolia #17 at 7:30 this morning.
  • Bartram Road South Between Landings Way North And Landings Way North Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    Several years ago I requested a sidewalk be installed on Bartram between TLCo at Landings Way North and the other end at Landings Way North and was informed it wasn't possible for a variety of utility reasons. I have stopped walking along that section of Bartram as there is just too much traffic on the road coming at me. Even at 30 MPH a big pickup or SUV coming at you is scary. Time has passed and things have changed. I ask that my request be reconsidered as this section of Bartram is really the only main road in the Landings that doesn't have a sidewalk now that I am aware of. Please make this a priority for 2019 if not sooner.
  • 12 Robert Reid Ct Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    The number "12" needs to be reattached to the sign post. It is just "resting" on top. The number needs to be painted also as old rusty nails have stained it.
  • 9 Rebecca Lane Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    Mail tube is missing below mailbox.
  • 13 Robert Reid Ct Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    A new mailbox was recently installed for 13 Robert Reid Ct.T he mailboxes - 1 through 16 Robert Reid Ct - are in a row and need to have a uniform flush front for delivery of and retrieval of mail. This NEW mailbox STICKS OUT so those around it can no longer access their mailboxes without getting out of their car and it makes it much more difficult for the mail delivery person to deliver the mail. Please reinstall the mailbox so the FRONT is flush with the others in the FRONT. Thanks.
  • 15 Robert Reid Court Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    On the South end of the street Island across from 11, 15 & 16 Robert Reid Ct. there is a dying tall pine which has recently been hit by lightning again. There is evidence of an old strike facing Robert Reid and a newer one facing Wiley Bottom. It is very evident which tree it is as all the needles are turning brown. In my opinion it should be removed.
  • 1 - 16 Robert Reid Ct Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    Earlier this week several trees were cut down and left lying where they fell and branches taken down from other trees adjacent to the walking path along Lagoon 15. When will the downed trees and branches that were cut be removed? Also, since they were cutting down trees, why did they not take the one down next to 14 Robert Reid Ct. that was struck by lightning in September that cut through the ground so viciously that the lightning strike took out most of my electronics three houses away? When will that tree be removed? It must be badly compromised. Thanks.
  • 12 Robert Reid Ct. Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    Brightview picked up some Matthew Debris this morning but missed some stacked around and underneath a pine tree near 10 Robert Reid. It is Matthew debris so can't be put out for Chatham County. Brightview probably missed it as the dead debris is the same color as the ground below it around the tree. Please ask Brightview to return today and collect it. Thanks.
  • 6 Robert Reid Court Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    Large fallen Live Oak blocks community path to the extent that people are going around it on foot and by golf cart dangerously close to the lagoon. If the blocking branches could be cut off with chainsaw in the short term, I think that would make this section of the path safe.