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Council Votes Against Proposed Budget

The Cheyenne City Council voted 5-4 Tuesday on second reading against the proposed Fiscal Year 2014 budget.

Raises for city employees continue to be a bone of contention. By a 5-4 vote the council voted to change Mayor Rick Kaysen's proposed 2

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Rick Kaysen
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Kaysen Wants Employee Raises July 1

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he still wants to include a 2.25 percent employee raise when the fiscal year 2014 budget takes effect on July 1.

The Cheyenne City Council Committee of the Whole voted earlier this week to place the money the mayor wants to use for raises in an escrow account until an employee investment study which is already underway can be completed

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Rick Kaysen
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Kaysen Says Sanitation Fees Help Fund City Programs

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says that while he understands that some people don't like increasing sanitation fees in view of the fact that they raise money beyond what is neccesary to fund sanitation operations, the money generated helps pay for other areas of city government that can't generate their own funding

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(Doug Randall/TSM)
(Doug Randall/TSM)
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Kaysen Proposing Raises For City Employees

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is proposing employee pay raises of 2.25% in his budget proposals for fiscal year 2014.

The mayor says city employees have received only 2 raises in the last four years, and calls his proposed pay increases "modest"

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(Courtesy of the Cheyenne Police Department)
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Kozak Says Dinneen’s Worth $3-4 Million

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says experts he has spoken with put the total value of the former Dinneen's Car Dealership, which the city is considering purchasing for a new public safety building, at close to $4 million

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Former Dinneen's Car Dealership (Doug Randall/tsm)
Former Dinneen's Car Dealership (Doug Randall/tsm)
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Committee Of The Whole Votes Against Dineen’s Purchase

The Cheyenne City Council Committee of the Whole voted 4-2  Wednesday night against recommending a purchase of the former Dinneen's Car Dealership as a site for  the city's new Public Safety Building

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Former Dinneen Car Dealership (Doug Randall/TSM)
Former Dinneen Car Dealership (Doug Randall/TSM)
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Kozak Urges Reconsideration Of Dinneen’s Purchase

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak is urging the Cheyenne City Council to reconsider it's recent decision not to purchase the former Dinneen's Car Dealership.

The Chief says a construction engineer has told him the appraiser hired by the city didn't attach enough value to the building on the property, leading to an artificially low estimate of the true value

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Would A New Fence Fix ‘The Hole’?

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says that while talks continue between the city and a Kansas company about a possible purchase by the city of the 2/3 of the property it doesn't currently own, officials are looking to mitigate the visual impact of the empty property with a new, more decorative fence

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DDA Wants Downtown Public Safety Building

The Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority has written a letter to city officials urging the location of a new Public Safety Building in downtown Cheyenne.

The Cheyenne City Council on Monday rejected a proposal to purchase the former Dinneen Car Dealership at 18th and Pioneer as a location for the building on a 5-5 tie vote

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Former Dinneen's Car Dealership (Doug Randall/TSM)
Former Dinneen's Car Dealership (Doug Randall/TSM)
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Kaysen Says Council May Revisit Dinneen’s Purchase

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city is looking at a number of possible sites for a new Public Safety Building.

He says that could include further consideration of a purchase of the former Dinneen's Car Dealership in downtown Cheyenne

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