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Cheyenne Issuing Fewer Parking Tickets

Special Projects Director Bob Bradshaw says fewer tickets are being written because fewer people are now parking too long.

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Finance Committee Votes For Liquor License Renewals

According to information presented at the hearing, those who try to illegally buy alcohol could be cited under Wyoming law. but in practice that seldom happens.

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Finance Committee Approves Abandoned Building Money

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee voted in favor of a resolution to money in Fiscal Year 2015 to deal with abandoned buildings in the city.

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Finance Committee Approves Cheyenne Towing Regulations

Lt. Mark Munari told the committee that while most local tow companies are fair and honest, police have gotten complaints from people who have been charged as much as $7000 to tow a vehicle.

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Finance Committee Votes To Amend Skywalk Proposal

The committee voted 2-0 in support of the amended agreement, which now goes before the full city council for consideration.

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Finance Committee Approves Walkway Loan/Grant Application

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday voted unanimously to apply for funding for an elevated walkway to serve a Hilton Hotel which may locate here.

The committee voted 3-0 in favor of the funding request through the Wyoming Business Council's Business Ready Community Grant and Loan Program

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Finance Committee Doesn’t Support Solid Waste Study

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday refused to get behind a proposal for a study of the city's Solid Waste Division.

Among other things the study would look at converting the Solid Waste Division to an Enterprise Fund

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Finance Committee Votes Against Safeway Liquor License

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee voted 3-0 Monday not to recommend approval of the transfer of a liquor license to the Cole Shopping Center Safeway Store.

Cheyenne attorney John Sundahl, representing Safeway, told the committee that the proposed transfer has already been approved by the board of adjustment, which considered six issues related to the transfer, ranging from compatability with the surrounding area to zoning laws

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Finance Committee Aproves Water, Sewer Rate Increases

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday gave it's approval to proposed water and sewer rate increases Monday, but declined to endorse a sanitation fee increase.

All the rate increases will all go before the full city council, which is meting Tuesday night next week because of the Memorial Day Holiday on Monday

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Dinneen Building (Doug Randall/TSM)
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City Offer For Building Exceeds Appraisal

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday signed off on an offer of $1.986 million to purchase the former Dineen Car Dealership for a  Public Safety Building to house the Cheyenne Police Department, Cheyenne Fire and Rescue Department and other emergency responders

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