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Posted on March 23, 2020 at 3:23 PM by Nancy Oakland-Potter
Q. If I can’t make it in to court, what do I do?
A. If a defendant cannot make it to court there is an option to appear by Zoom on the computer or call in to the Judge. To learn more about available options please call 307-721-5239 and visit with a Court Clerk.
Posted on March 18, 2020 at 10:07 AM by Nancy Oakland-Potter
Q: Are property owners responsible for their water lines on the property (from the alley in) or just from the meters?
A: Per City of Laramie Municipal Code: 13.08.070 - Maintenance—Owner's responsibility. The owner of any property connecting to the water utility shall be responsible for the maintenance of the water service line from the curb stop to the structure being served and shall keep this line in good condition at his expense. He shall, at his expense, at all times keep all pipes, fixtures and appliances on his property tight and in good working order so as to prevent waste of water.
Posted on February 26, 2020 at 11:41 AM by Nancy Oakland-Potter
Q. Why did the city change their ordinance allowing parking of campers, trailers, cars and various types of recreational vehicles/items on streets of Laramie? These vehicles/items are hazardous. One section of east Curtis Street has two large campers and sometimes a utility trailer parked in a two block area. Ice builds up, leaves, thistles collected under them and visibility is difficult around the items not moved for nine months. Do not understand.
A. At the urging of many community members, this change in policy was made by the City of Laramie, City Council in 2016 and received much support by residents. If you notice any trailers or vehicles that are illegally or hazardously parked, please report your concerns to Dispatch at 307-721-2526.