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Finance Committee Approves Park Expansion

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee has given it's approval to a plan to acquire the area occupied by the former Cribbon Trailer Park to add to Pioneer Park. Under the proposal, the city would acquire the almost 53, 000 square foot area from Christensen's Inc

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Chamber Members Oppose Fee Increase

A survey of Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce members shows 75 percent oppose increasing the franchise fees for Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power customers, according to chamber President and C-E-O Dale Steenbergen

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Committee Approves Franchise Agreement

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee has signed of on a franchise agreement between Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power and High West Energy to allow High West the franchise to continue serving a handful of customers inside the city, while CLFP will continue it's franchise the serve the remainder of the city

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Finance Committee Doesn’t Support Condemnation Action

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday refused to endorse an eminent domain court action to obtain part of the former Hollywood Video parking lot for the Pershing/Converse/19th street Roundabout project.

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Kaysen Says Wind Project Wouldn’t Affect Belvoir Leaseholders

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a proposed wind energy project that the Morely Company wants to locate on part of the city-owned Belvoir Ranch wouldn't affect people who currently hold grazing leases on the property or other existing plans for that area.

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Finance Committee Approves Belvoir Lease

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday approved the lease of part of the Belvoir Ranch for a hybrid wind/natural gas electric generation facility that the developer says would be the first of it's kind anywhere in the world.

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Kaysen Says Belvoir Ranch Lease Could Bring in $2-4 Million

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a proposed lease of 12,000 acres of the city-owned Belvoir Ranch by the Morley Companies of Jackson could generate millions of dollars for the city.

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Finance Committee Approves Victim’s Services Contracts

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday approved a series of contracts designed to keep the Victim Services Program through the Cheyenne Police Department running.

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Fianance Committee Rejects Employee Study

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday voted against a proposal to conduct a city personnel study that would look at several areas, including employee compensation and staffing. Despite the committee vote, however, the proposal still goes on to the full city council Monday night.

Councilman Jack Spiker, who joined councilman Don Pierson in voting against the proposal, says conducting the survey is pointless because the city simply doesn't have the money to implement many of the likely recommendations he thinks the report would put forward, including raises for city employees.

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