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Mayor, Council Working On Budget

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he and the city council have already completed the first round of work on a budget for fiscal year 2014, which gets underway July 1 of this year.

Kaysen says the city got good news when the legislature recently approved $20 million in funding for city and county governments across Wyoming

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City Council Swearing In Ceremony (Doug Randall/tsm)
City Council Swearing In Ceremony (Doug Randall/tsm)
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Local Officials Sworn In

Newly elected members of the Cheyenne City Council and Laramie County Commission were officially sworn into office on Monday in seperate ceremonies.

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen was sworn into office for a second term Monday afternoon at the Cheyenne Civic Center by Wyoming Supreme Court Justice Micheal Davis

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Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
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Chamber Members Oppose Fee Increase

A survey of Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce members shows 75 percent oppose increasing the franchise fees for Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power customers, according to chamber President and C-E-O Dale Steenbergen

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Holliday Park (Cheyennecity.org)
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Council Bans Waterfowl Feeding

The Cheyenne City Council voted 8-2 Monday night to ban the feeding of ducks and geese on city owned property.

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Holliday Park (Cheyennecity.org)
Holliday Park (Cheyennecity.org)
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Waterfowl Feeding Ban Moves Forward

The Cheyenne City Council Public Services Committee on Tuesday gave it's approval to a proposal to ban the feeding of ducks and geese in city parks and recreational areas.

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Doug Randall/Townsquare Media
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Chamber to Hold Candidate Forum

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce has scheduled a candidate forum for Cheyenne City Council candidates Wednesday morning at 7 at the Plains Hotel, according to chamber President and C-E-O Dale Steenbergen.

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Kaysen Says Wind Project Wouldn’t Affect Belvoir Leaseholders

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a proposed wind energy project that the Morely Company wants to locate on part of the city-owned Belvoir Ranch wouldn't affect people who currently hold grazing leases on the property or other existing plans for that area.

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Finance Committee Approves Belvoir Lease

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday approved the lease of part of the Belvoir Ranch for a hybrid wind/natural gas electric generation facility that the developer says would be the first of it's kind anywhere in the world.

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(Courtesy Amber Ash)
(Courtesy Amber Ash)
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Ash Cites Little Council Support for UDC Repeal

Cheyenne City Councilwoman Amber Ash says even though she's heard a fair amount of criticism of the city's new Unified Development Code from businesses and developers who say it increases their costs, other council members apparently haven't--and as a result, there is little support on the council to repeal the code, which took effect in April.

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Kaysen Says Belvoir Ranch Lease Could Bring in $2-4 Million

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a proposed lease of 12,000 acres of the city-owned Belvoir Ranch by the Morley Companies of Jackson could generate millions of dollars for the city.

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