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Cheyenne Council Committee Supports Police Building Sale

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee voted on Monday in favor of a proposed sale of the former Cheyenne Police Department building to the Diocese of Cheyenne.

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Cheyenne City Council Amends Nuisance Ordinance

The Cheyenne City Council on Monday night voted unanimously to make changes to the city's nuisance ordinance.

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Cheyenne City Council Amends Indecent Exposure Law

An archaic law prohibiting Cheyenne residents from wearing indecent attire in public was stripped from the city books Monday night.

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Cheyenne Council Defeats “Rolling Coal” Ordinance

An ordinance that would have increased the fine for "rolling coal" in Cheyenne went up in smoke Monday night.

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Fine for Rolling Coal in Cheyenne Could Double

Diesel truck owners who "roll coal" on Cheyenne's streets may be blowing more money along with that black smoke if an ordinance doubling the fine passes the City Council.

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Cheyenne Sky Path Unaffected by Budget Amendments

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says $671,415 that was taken from the city's reserves to balance the Fiscal Year 2017 budget will not affect funding for the downtown sky path project.

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Cheyenne Council Approves Budget, 2.5% Pay Raise

The Cheyenne City Council on Monday approved a $49 million budget for Fiscal Year 2017.

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Cheyenne’s Anti-Spitting Law Hits the Fan

A law that was enacted over a century ago to help keep Cheyenne residents from contracting tuberculosis and the Spanish flu bit the dust Monday night.

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Cheyenne Transit Program Proposes Bus Fare Increase

Cheyenne residents may soon be paying more to ride the bus.

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Jim Brown Touts Experience In Run For Cheyenne Mayor

Cheyenne City Councilman Jim Brown says his extensive experience in city government and private business make him the best candidate for Mayor of Cheyenne in 2016.

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