Governor Reynolds today announced that the communities of Adel, Auburn, Boone, Britt, Carlisle, Chariton, Winneshiek County – Festina, Grandview, Hartford, Indianola, Lake Park, McGregor, Mount Ayr, Perry, Treynor and Wheatland have been awarded a total of $6.2 million in grants to advance water quality projects. Lake Park was awarded $300,000 which will be applied to the $7.1 million wastewater treatment facility that is currently being constructed.
The funding is made available through the Wastewater and Drinking Water Treatment Financial Assistance Program, which was created as a part of Senate File 512, the first legislation signed into law by Governor Reynolds in January 2018.
HELP WANTED: The City of Lake Park is taking applications for a Campground Manager/Host. Duties include but not limited to reservations, fee collections, restroom maintenance. Individual should be able to work well with the public. Salary is negotiable. Applications may be picked up at City Hall, 217 Market Street, Lake Park, Iowa, online at www.lakeparkia.com or call 712-832-3527. Position open until filled. The City of Lake Park is an equal opportunity employer.
Parking Snow Ban: Between Nov 1st and Mar 31st no vehicle shall be left standing or parked on City streets between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00am or at any time during the day or night in which snow removal operations are in progress. Fines for the first offense will be $25. For all subsequent offenses the fine will be $50.
Garbage and Recycle containers need to be off the road to avoid being hit by a snowplow. Containers should NOT be left at the roadside but taken back to your house when emptied.
Be sure to check if your furnace filter needs replacement. Stop in the utility office to pick up your replacement filters. Limited sizes available. Limit 2 filters per year.