(Lander, Wyo.) – The Lander City Council is holding a work session Tuesday to discuss a number of topics, including the recently completed water and sewer rate study.
Consultant Carl Brown earlier this month presented his findings to the council, and he recommends a significant reworking of the way the city charges for water and sewer services. While some users could see reduced rates, others could see their rates more than double. He called his solution more fair, as his proposal forces customers to pay primarily based on how much they use. (Read more about his proposal here.)
When Brown presented his findings, the council did not discuss the matter much. This Tuesday’s meeting starts at 6 p.m. and is held at Lander City Hall.
The council will also discuss the police department’s request to purchase new patrol cars through multi-year financing. To read more about the police department’s request, see this story.
Councilor Cade Maestas is expected to discuss the 1 percent sales tax project committee, which he raised concerns about last week. The council at the time opted to not approve the proposed list of committee members until more of the councilors were present. Read more about committee discussion here.
See the complete agenda below.