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Cheyenne City Website Gets a Facelift

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The city of Cheyenne launched a redesigned website on Friday.

Deputy City Clerk Kristy Anderson says the revisions were aimed at making the website more up to date and user friendly as well as providing easier access to information. Among the features of the re-designed site is the ability to report a concern to city officials, which could be anything from a pothole to water violations.

Another feature is the Cone Zone, which lists street construction  and repairs in  Cheyenne.-

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