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Cheyenne Mayor Opposes Budget Proposal

Shanor says his proposal would give the full council information and input on the formulation of the budget.

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Cheyenne Finance Committee Approves Budget Proposal

Committee Chair Jim Brown, who does not vote in committee, said he doesn't feel the resolution is needed.

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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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Steenbergen: Chamber Wants Broader Proposal

Steenbergen says there are cost issues in regard to development but they go far beyond how many trees are required on a property.

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M. Lee Hassenour
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Hasenauer Opposes Airport Grant

Hassenour was the lone no vote when the county commission voted 4-1 Tuesday in favor of the grant, which goes before the Cheyenne City Council Monday night.

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City To Apply For Skywalk Money Friday

Kaysen says he is ''very optimistic" about the prospects of the state money being awarded for the project.

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Steenbergen Says Hilton Would Boost Downtown Business

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says a new Hilton Hotel at 17th and Pioneer would give downtown businesses a boost.

The hotel chain is considering a move to downtown Cheyenne, and Steenbergen says the assumption that a Hilton would hurt other downtown hotels isn't born out by national studies

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Rick Kaysen
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Kaysen Favors Gradual Pay Increases

Kaysen says the report's recommendations will be formally proposed to the council at it's August 26th meeting

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City Council Gets Pay Recommendations For City Employees

At Wednesday's work session, councilwoman Georgia Broyles commented she thought the $653,000 figure for improving city employee pay is ''doable"

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City Considering Land Swap As Part Of Hollywood Video Agreement

The Cheyenne City Council will consider trading a couple of city-owned properties as part of an agreement to obtain Hollywood Video parking lot property for the Converse/Pershing/19th Street Roundabout project

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