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Finance Committee To Discuss Reserves, Towing Regulations

The city on July 1 began fiscal year 2015.

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Work To Begin Soon On Public Safety Building

Lt. Mark Munari says if all goes as planned the new facility should be ready by the end of 2015.

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Kaysen Concerned About Ripple Effect From Garbage Fee Vote

Kaysen says even though the solid waste division has been operating at a surplus, it's important to remember money from the fees also goes to other city departments such as the Police and Parks and Recreation Department

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Museum Group Withdraws Request For Lease Agreement

Mayor Rick Kaysen on Friday said the plan now is to consider other ways of allowing the project to move forward.

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Finance Committee Approves Property Lease For Museum

Brown said among other thing he's concerned about whether the city could eventually sell the roughly 22 feet of the property it owns for $1

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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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Finance Committee Votes For Fee Increase Delay

Dale Steenbergen also said that while some fees might be too low, others may be too high.

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Steenbergen: Cheyenne Business Climate Needs Work

Dale Steenbergen says there are problems right now not only with the way some regulations are written, but also with the way some regulators go about enforcing the codes.

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Kaysen: Swan Ranch Project Money Moving Ahead

When completed the spur will connect the industrial park to the Burlington Northern and Union Pacific railroads.

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