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  • METER FEES
  • 7/31/2019
  • On “Meter Fees” - We have received several inquiries from citizens regarding the meter fee on this month’s utility bills and would like to provide some clarification regarding this change.
  • BOARD MEETING OVERFLOW & LIVE STREAMING
  • 5/01/2019
  • After receiving feedback from citizens attending our Regular Board Meetings the Town will no longer be providing an overflow room in the Fire Department Bay. Instead, the meetings (regular and otherwise) will be live streamed via YouTube. All meetings livestreamed will also be archived on the same YouTube channel for people to watch and review at their leisure in our continued effort to be more transparent.
  • PAVING ON FIFTH, SIXTH AND DAVIS
  • 4/23/2019
  • Please be aware that the paving process has begun at Fifth, Six and Davis Streets. The streets are being milled and then repaired before the final layer will be laid in the coming days. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
  • RESPONSE TO REQUESTS TO CHANGE VENUE OF MEETINGS
  • 4/04/2019
  • Click here to view an open letter response to requests to change the venue of Town of Landis meetings.
  • 2018 WATER QUALITY REPORT
  • 3/26/2019
  • NEW TRANSPARENCY SECTION ADDED
  • 2/12/2019
  • We have added a new transparency section[transparency/] containing audit reports, budget and salary information, and other records which may be of interest.
  • NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS FILLING POOLS
  • 5/01/2018
  • A notice to our customers who have pools:
  • ATTENTION GARBAGE CUSTOMERS
  • 4/26/2018
  • A notice to our garbage and recycling customers: If your cans are not emptied on the day of collection, please leave them at the curb and they will be picked up the next day. Thank you for your cooperation. We would also like to remind everyone to avoid blocking sidewalks when rolling cans to the curb for collection.
  • PLACEMENT OF GARBAGE/RECYCLING CANS
  • 4/19/2018
  • A REMINDER TO CUSTOMERS:
  • CUSTOMERS NEEDING GARBAGE/RECYCLING CANS
  • 4/12/2018
  • Customers who need new garbage or recycling cans should contact City Hall. This applies to damaged cans, as well as residences simply missing one or both cans. Thank you.
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