The Lander City Council will hold a regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, in the City Council Chambers at 240 Lincoln Street.
The agenda for the meeting includes an ordinance on second reading vacating a partial alley next to 473 South Fourth Street.
There are also three resolutions on the agenda:
-accepting the county multiagency emergency operations plan
-amending fees and utility rates for water and wastewater services
-allowing fireworks during the Light Up Lander event Dec. 2
The council will consider authorizing the mayor to sign:
-an amendment to a lease agreement for antenna tower space
-a 30-year lease with the Lander Housing Authority for Lot 1 of the Table Mountain Subdivision
-an agreement with the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security for a $27,310 radio grant to purchase new portable radios for the fire department
-a new airport hangar lease
-a change order for high-pressure water systems upgrades, increasing the price by $13,425 and moving substantial completion to Nov. 30, 2024
-a one-year lease with the Lander Old Timer’s Rodeo Association
Other items on the agenda include:
-Lander Volunteer Fire Department bylaws
-a bid award to Tecia Waller for cleaning services for City Hall and the Lander Police Department
-a minor subdivision and license for alley encroachment
-the Jones Subdivision replat and annexation
-a commercial rezone for two lots in the Earl and Farlow Addition
-appointing Lance Hopkin to the Tiger Joint Powers Board
The meeting is open to the public for in-person attendance and will be streamed live on Zoom (Meeting ID: 876 9207 7257 Passcode: 126380).
Past meeting recordings are available here.
For more information call the City of Lander at 332-2870.