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The Lafayette Legion Post #300, City of Lafayette and Lafayette Band would like to invite you and your family to share in a special dedication ceremony of the "Lafayette Memorial Park", sponsored by the Lafayette Legion #300.
Looking for volunteers for tomorrow morning -
For Immediate Release
July 24, 2023
Contact: Bree Allen Breanna.firstname.lastname@example.org
There are many things happening in Lafayette this summer. Stop out and join the fun in our small community!
MVAC would like to take a moment to remind you that the last day for persons to apply for Energy Assistance for the current program year is May 31, 2023. The Minnesota Department of Commerce has informed Service Providers that there are sufficient funds available to assist all those who apply and are determined eligible for benefits. Please note that MVAC can assist EAP eligible households with help with their past due or disconnected water bills until August 31, 2023.
Why cook this summer when you have these great opportunities and do not have to??
The weather looks like it will cooperate this week!
Deadline approaching for energy bill assistance programs
The Legion's Paver Committee has received a draft of all the paver orders received to date. There was an email sent to all April 5, as they are trying to reach all who placed a paver order to verify that the spelling and information is correct. Check your email, or stop at Citizens Bank, Lafayette Clerk's office or Fillmeup C-Store, there will be copies of the paver drafts available to review and update, if needed.
To assist our city staff and our contracted snow removal company, if you live on a 'No Parking' area move your vehicles off the street. All other areas if you do not have off street parking, once the streets have begun to be cleaned, move your vehicle to a plowed side of the street. With the impact of the storm's potentially high amount of snow and drifting, please have patience. If you have a fire hydrant on your block, help to keep it free of snow.
Mayor Peterson has asked all residents and businesses in and around the Lafayette area to attend the first meeting to begin the planning of the 125-year celebration of Lafayette. The meeting will be held at the Community Center at 7pm on Wednesday, February 15, 2025A 125 year celebration is a quasuicentennial.
Nicollet County Public Health is offering Free Vaccine Clinics in western Nicollet County on Tuesday, January 31, 2023.