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Liberty Group Opposes Cheyenne City Administrator

A group that says it lobbies for personal freedom has come out against a proposal to have an appointed city administrator take over most of the duties currently handled by an elected mayor in Cheyenne.

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Cheyenne City Council Passes City Administrator Ordinance

Cheyenne voters will likely decide the manner in which they want their city to be governed during a special election in November.

The Cheyenne City Council, Monday night, passed on second reading a charter ordinance establishing the position of city administrator by an 8 to 2 vote.

Mayor Rick Kaysen and Ward III Councilman Jim Brown voted against the ord

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Chamber Leader Wants City Administrator

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen is asking Cheyenne residents to support the idea of having an appointed city administrator

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Council Appoints City Engineer

The Cheyenne City Council Monday night unanimously approved the appointment of John Hall as city engineer.

Hall has been working with the city as a consultant so he's familiar with how the department operates, but he says seeing it from the outside and seeing it from the inside are two different things.

"I've been involved as a consultant with the 19th Street Project that's o

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Should The City Pay For A Horse Path On The Cheyenne Greenway? [POLL]

An addition to The Greater Cheyenne Greenway would grow the path to include a soft area for joggers and horses. The project is projected to cost $250,000.

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Should The Cheyenne City Council Voted Yes On The 8% Trash Tax? [POLL]

Recently, the majority of the Cheyenne City Council decided to vote yes on an 8% tax (fee) increase on the public's sanitation fees for at least one year.

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Cheyenne City Council Approves Trash Rate Hike

Cheyenne residents will soon see higher sanitation rates.

After nearly two and a half hours of trash talk Monday night, the Cheyenne City Council voted 6 to 3 to increase solid waste fees.

The Governing Body was considering a proposal which would

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City Council To Take Up Trash Fee Increase Monday

The Cheyenne City Council may make a final decision on a trash fee increase at it's Monday night meeting (June 8).

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Committee Declines To Support Trash Fee Increase

A proposal to increase trash fees in the city of Cheyenne by five percent has once again failed to win the support of the Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee.

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Steenbergen Questions Trash Fee Increase

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen is questioning whether a five percent increase in trash fees over each of the next five years is really necessary.

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