NOTICE 1: PINE BEATLES: For information, pine beetles have been found within Eagle Ridge II. The following information was obtained from the local Georgia Forestry Representative, Dan Damanski, 912-531-3642. He will be visiting our area in the near future, but he agrees we do have pine beetles living among us based on the description of the tree conditions.
- Pine beetles will invade pine trees that are stressed due to drought or disease. The beetles will take what they can from the dying pine tree, and then move on to another dying pine tree. They usually do not attack pine trees that are not stressed or other types of trees.
- The only way to rid the area of the beetles is to totally remove any infected and uninfected pine trees in close proximity to the infected trees then burn them (see Notice 4 below). There is an insecticide available, but it is more costly than removing the trees.
- If the pine trees are not stressed, e.g., receive enough water throughout the drought time frames, they will probably not be bothered by the beetles.
- There is no state-wide program to address pine beetles. As infestations occur, the forestry agents advise the owners on an individual basis.
NOTICE 2: SOLICITATION: Solicitation (door-to-door contact) is not allowed within the Stathams Landing Maintenance and Improvement Association (SLM&IA) confines. If an organization would like to request exception to this policy, please send a request to SLM&IA, PO Box 501, Bonaire GA 31005, a month prior to the event. The SLM&IA board will consider the request at its next board meeting and determine approval/disapproval. The board meetings occur the third Monday of each month, 6 pm, at the Southern Landings Golf Club dining room unless the meeting time falls on a holiday. If a holiday is involved, the meeting is held on the fourth Monday.
NOTICE 3: OFFICIAL GEORGIA HURRICANE GUIDE: https://www.gachd.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Hurricane-Guide-April-2019.pdf
NOTICE 4: A Project Approval Request Form should be submitted and approved by the ACCC Committee prior to commencing any alteration to the existing exterior of a residence, including landscaping hard scape. As a reminder, the ACCC Committee has 30 days to render a decision (60 days for solar).
NOTICE 5: Vehicle parking should only be in an area specifically designed for parking (garage, driveway, or street……keeping in mind that overnight street parking is not allowed). Homeowners and tenants are responsible for managing both their parking and the parking of their guests.
NOTICE 6: Recreational vehicles (motor homes, campers, boats, etc.) and trailers must be concealed from street, other property, and golf course view. Storage must be in a garage or an ACCC Committee approved area, otherwise recreational vehicles must be stored off-site.
NOTICE 7: Open Burning within Statham’s Landing is not allowed because the smoke adversely impacts air quality; community aesthetics; the enjoyment of life or property by others; and, could possibility affect the health and well-being of someone.
NOTICE 8: Per our covenants and except on the Wednesday collection day, trash carts are to be screened from residence street frontage view to the maximum extent possible (in the garage, behind a fence or blind , or behind the residence). Recyclables are collected only on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month.
NOTICE 9: The Houston County Fire Department is are our first line of defense in case of a fire because Warner Robins city does not respond to calls from Statham’s Landing. The certification level of this fire department has increased which may lead to lower homeowner insurance prices.
Notice 10: External alteration of a residence and/or a new structure requires ACCC Committee approval prior to commencing the project. This is done by the submission of a Project Approval Request Form that is available at the “Documents” drop down tab once logged-in on this website.
Notice 11: Fishing by quests can only be on the property of the homeowner who grants permission to fish. For etiquette, vehicles of fishing guests should be parked in the driveway or along the curb of the residence of the granting homeowner.
Notice 12: Per the Houston County Sheriff’s Department, homeowners can only launch or shoot fireworks from their property. In any case, fireworks cannot be launched from or shot into or over a public street. There are also specific hour limitations on when fireworks can be launched or shot.