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Landis modifies town services during COVID-19

LANDIS — Beginning Thursday morning, Landis closed the lobby of town hall.

Town staff will continue to work from town hall during normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday to Friday. Staff will be available by telephone or email to assist citizens as necessary. Utility payments will be accepted in the drop box, by mail or by telephone.

Utility disconnections have been suspended until further notice. Late fees will not apply so long as the bill is paid by the next billing cycle.

Activities requiring interaction with town staff, such as starting new utilities, zoning, matters, etc. will require an appointment to be made in advance. Citizens may call Town Hall at 704-857-2411 during normal business hours to schedule such appointments.

All other municipal services will continue to be maintained 24/7.

Lake Corriher Wilderness Park will remain open with full services. Customers will need to adhere to COVID-19 recommended basic protective measures in order to ensure the park continues to stay open, a release from the town stated.

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