Building that houses Lawrence Municipal Court, planning services closed because of power outage

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City Hall Riverfront, the building that’s home to Lawrence Municipal Court and Planning and Development Services, is closed to the public Monday because of a power outage.

Municipal Court will not be doing fingerprints Monday (June 26), and any defendants who have court scheduled will need to call the court at 785-832-6190 for a continuance, according to an announcement from the city.

In addition, “If a member of the community needs to reach someone in the Planning & Development Services department, staff will be available via phone and email,” according to the announcement. “Please note that due to the outage, there may be some delays to services today. You can reach the Planner of the Day at 785-832-7700 or”

The main City Hall building at 6 E. Sixth St. is not affected and is open to the public.

“Most City services are unaffected and will run as normal today, including solid waste collection, Lawrence Transit and Parks and Recreation,” according to the announcement.

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