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City To Show New Community Videos

The City of Cheyenne will unveil it's new videos about Cheyenne on Tuesday, October 7 in the city Municipal Building at 2101 O'Neill at 2:15 p.m.

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Cheyenne City Council To Take Up Museum Agreement

The Cheyenne City Council is slated to consider a development agreement with the Children's Museum of Cheyenne on Monday.

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City Councilwoman Annette Williams
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Williams Wants South Cheyenne Crime Solutions

Cheyenne City Councilwoman Annette Williams says it's time to take action to reduce vandalism and other crimes in South Cheyenne.

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Kaysen: Public Safety Demolition Phase Finished

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the demolition phase of the Public Safety Building project is now complete.

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Finance Committee Approves Museum Development Agreement

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday voted unanimously in favor of a development agreement between the city and the Children's Museum of Cheyenne.

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Cheyenne Council CommitteeTo Consider Museum Agreement

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee is scheduled to consider a development agreement that would allow the proposed Children's Museum of Cheyenne to move forward.

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Kaysen: No Known Cases of Retribution

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he doesn't know of a single proven case where a city employee has used their position to settle a score.

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Kaysen: Private Garbage Collection ”Has Been Discussed”

Mayor Rick Kaysen says he's concerned that the city wouldn't be able to control rate increases with a private company as it does with city collection.

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Finance Committee To Consider SLIB Requests

The equipment will essentially do away with the writing of traditional paper traffic tickets, and will also allow police to instantly access information on motorists

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Finance Committee To Discuss Reserves, Towing Regulations

The city on July 1 began fiscal year 2015.

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