The Village of Lyndon Finance meeting will be held on Thursday, August 27th, 2020 at Village Hall, 605 West Commercial at 6:00 p.m. Masks are required unless you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing one then 6 ft. social distancing is required.
The Village Hall Office will be closed on Friday, July 31st as the Clerk will be out of town. The Clerk is here today, Thursday, July 30th, until 4:00 p.m. Everyone have a great weekend and enjoy the nice weather.
THE FOLLOWING MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AT THE LYNDON HISTORICAL SOCIETY BUILDING LOCATED AT 405 W. 4TH STREET. MEETINGS START AT 6:00 PM :
FINANCE MEETING ON THURSDAY, JULY 30TH
REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 11TH
SOCIAL DISTANCING AND WEARING A MASK ARE REQUIRED PER GOVERNOR’S GUIDELINES. THESE GUIDELINES ARE FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY. THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME TO ATTEND.
Sharing a post from Around Ptown that was submitted by 1st Gateway Credit Union.
Imposters are filing claims for unemployment benefits. After the unemployment payments get sent to your account, the imposters may call, text, or email to try to get you to send some or all of the money to them. They pretend to be your state unemployment agency and say that the money was sent by mistake.
According to the FTC, this is a money mule scam and participating in one could cause you more difficulties.
If you receive money you were not expecting, do not spend or withdraw the money – contact your financial institution right away. The state unemployment benefits agency that sent the money could come back to collect those funds and you could be required to repay the funds or you could face charges and penalties.
If someone is sending money to you to send to someone else, it is definitely a scam.
The Village will be accepting E-Waste on Saturday, July 11th, 2020 from 9am to NOON. Location: Public Works building at 404 West Commercial. This is for Village residents ONLY Photo ID may be required.
ACCEPTABLE ITEMS ONLY
TV’s – Tube, Flat, Console, Projection Styles
Computer Monitors/Towers/Key Boards
In observance of Independence Day, July 4th, the Public Works, Police, and Village Hall will be closed on Friday, July 3rd, so that our employees may spend time with their families. They will all reopen on Monday, July 6th, for normal business hours. We wish you all a Happy & Safe Independence Day weekend.
There have been questions if the park is open in Lyndon. Playgrounds must remain closed under the Governor’s current executive order. We will post on Facebook, our website, Around Ptown, at Conoco, Village Hall, and the Post Office when the playgrounds can be reopened. Thank you for inquiring and please if you have questions please ask and we will get an answer for you. Have a safe weekend.