Andrew

Open Issues: 9 Closed Issues: 4,373 Acknowledged Issues: 127
Watching issues created after: 2016-01-26

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  • 2 Clairborn Retreat Savannah, GA - Landings Association
    Mailbox and post may have been hit by construction workers from across the street.
  • Tidewater Way Savannah, GA - Landings Association
    The two "One-Way" signs around the Tidewater Square are now missing, likely from the hurricane.
  • 7 Marina Drive Savannah, GA - Landings Association
    Home will be completed by Feb 2 and residents are moving in that day.
  • Priest Landing /Drive Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    There are large limbs remaining on the property. These limbs were driven into the ground by the falling trees. These limbs are protruding out of the ground like projectiles and need to be dug up.
    Also, there is a very large underground cable exposed. We have painted it so it is easily spotted.
    The entire area needs to be graded and smoothed. There are deep ruts and trenches made by the trucks and equipment in the tree removal process.
  • 6 Middleton Road Savannah, GA - Landings Association
    Mailbox lid is rusted and is not working properly.
  • 103 Saltwater Way Savannah, GA 31411, USA - Landings Association
  • 16 Water Witch Crossing Savannah, GA - Landings Association
    Mailbox door fell off - please replace mailbox.
  • 6 Keelson Ln Savannah, GA 31411, USA - Landings Association
    Tree leaning on adjacent tree. Tree is damaged or diseased.
  • 2 Cotesby Ln Savannah, GA 31411, USA - Landings Association
  • 2 Mad Anthony Lane Savannah, GA - Landings Association
    6 deer are frequenting residents yard - please concentrate in this area.
  • 31 Romerly Road Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    When an oak tree fell, it destroyed my post and it will need to be replaced after the tree is removed.
  • 13 Coventry Close Savannah, Georgia - Landings Association
    This is my second attempt to report, and find a finalized response to this issue. Speeding golf carts on this newly widened path are a hazard to vehicles on Coventry Close, both moving and stationary. Cul de sac residents have very little visibility to carts on the path. I had reported this before with no satisfaction to a finalized plan of action. It is not feasible to catch a speeding cart, or report it. I am writing again of my concern and state that I will not be responsible for any personal or property damage resulting in any collisions on my property or due to unobservant, speeding carts. The association had mentioned turning this issue over to the signage department. Have heard nothing. I will take matters into my own hands to mitigate any possible problems, and potential injury/damage to my family and my property.