Lander Council to review change orders on two projects, consider a change in a liquor dispensing room and seeking an assessment for a assisted living center

The regular meeting of the Lander City Council will be Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at City Hall with six action items and two resolutions up for approval.

The action items include a change of the dispensing room at the former location of Old Town Coffee from the south end of the building to the north end, reducing the size of the dispensing area from 44 x 40 feet to a 5 x 10 foot room.

The council also has change orders to consider from Wilson Brothers for the Lander Streets and Utilities Project and for Patrick Construction for the High Pressure Water System Upgrade. A pay request for Patrick is also up for approval in the amount of $192,500. Concerning the high pressure water line, the council will consider adoption of Resolutation 1085 authorizing submission of a loan to the State Loan and Investment Board  for Phase II of the project.

The city’s Bills and Claims are also up for approval.

An application for a needs assessment for a potential assisted living center is also up for approval.

Finally, the council will be asked to authorize Mayor McOmie to sign a certificate of a State-Grant-In-Aid for $206,878 for the purchase of new snow removal equipment at Hunt Field Airport.

The agenda is copied below:

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