(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 of Lander facing some backlash as bills reflecting the new water and sewer rates are seen by customers
Pushroot Community Garden’s Monty Hettich speaks with the council. Joshua Scheer photo.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Lander City Council has begun adjusting some wording related to the recent water and sewer rate restructuring that went into effect at the start of the year.
(Lander, Wyo.) – During tonight’s Lander City Council work session, the governing body will continue to review and consider an overhaul of the city’s water and sewer rate system.
(Lander, Wyo.) – After two days of asking Lander residents to tightly restrict water usage, the City of Lander has announced that the water system is back at full capacity.
(LPD Chief Jim Carey held up the new policy, in his right hand, and half of the old policy, in his left hand, to show the council the change in size. Photo by Joshua Scheer.)