Goodrich residents expected to discuss blowing dirt issues with Lander City Council
(Lander, Wyo.) – During tomorrow night’s Lander City Council work session, a group of residents from the Goodrich subdivision are expected to express their displeasure with blowing dirt from the neighboring development of the Gannett Peak Estates. The Goodrich neighborhood reportedly has suffered a lot of dust coming from the construction when the wind picks up.
City Clerk Robin Griffin said the upset residents have been referred to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality to work on the issue, but the city council will still hear from them.
Additionally, Fremont County Solid Waste Disposal District Superintendent Andy Frey will attend and discuss on-going changes at the district with the council.
Councilman Dick Hudson is also expected to bring an on-going water issue on Cedar Street.
The council’s work session is set to start at 6 p.m. at Lander City Hall.