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Lube Shop Not Accepting Waste Oil

In the interim, waste oil will be accepted on special collection dates at the Solid Waste Transfer Station at 220 N. College Drive.

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Logan Avenue Project Starts Monday

The project will begin with the closure of Logan Avenue between Nationway and just north of East 10th Street

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New Visitor Information Kiosks In Place

The kiosks are in place at the Cheyenne depot, the parking garage and the capitol building.

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City To Hold Fifth Penny Meetings

The tax is up for renewal by local voters in November.

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BOPU Projects Close Streets

Foothills Road – Closed to through traffic between Blue Bluff Road and Levi Road.
Purpose: Sewer manhole replacement.

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Municipal Pool To Close Monday

The City of Cheyenne Municipal Swimming Pool is scheduled to close on Monday, June 9 to allow for work on a new $6.6 million aquatics center.

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Household Hazardous Waste Event Sunday

Reservations are not needed for the event, which will be conducted on a first-come, first serve basis.

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Cheyenne Hazardous Waste Collection Day June 8

Items accepted at Sunday's event include pesticides, motor oil, household cleaners, antifreeze, solvents and oil-based paint.

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Botanic Gardens To Try Different Bidding Approach

Shane Smith says the city is now going to try the Construction Manager at Risk (CMR) system, in which the city will work with a contractor to keep the costs down.

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Work Underway On New Aquatics Center

Laramie County voters approved spending $5 million in sixth penny sales tax revenues on the center in 2012.

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