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Botanic Gardens To Try Different Bidding Approach

Shane Smith says the city is now going to try the Construction Manager at Risk (CMR) system, in which the city will work with a contractor to keep the costs down.

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Work Underway On New Aquatics Center

Laramie County voters approved spending $5 million in sixth penny sales tax revenues on the center in 2012.

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Workforce Services Taking Nominations for Workplace Safety Awards

The awards will be presented at the 2014 Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit which will be held June 25-26 at the Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne.

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City Considering Utility Building for “The Hole”

He says such a building would be a public facility which would include meeting rooms and other areas for public events.

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Sanitation Fee Increase Proposed

The 3.4 percent figure matches the increase in the southeast Wyoming Consumer Price Index over the last year.

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Mayor Says City Battling Pothole Problem

Mayor Rick Kaysen says city crews are working overtime to catch up on repairing potholes.

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Kaysen: Progress Being Made On Museum In “The Hole”

The property on East Lincolnway has been vacant since a fire destroyed a business which had been located there in 2005.

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Finance Committee Approves Water Rate Increase

Wilson told the committee the increase would raise a typical residential water users bill by about $1.28 per month.

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Steenbergen Applauds Council Fee Vote

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says the Cheyenne City Council did the right thing earlier this week in voting down a series of proposed development fee increases.

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Kaysen Proposes Employee Raises

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is proposing a 2.25 percent raise for city employees as part of his fiscal year 2015 budget.

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