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Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the latest in a series of severe spring snowstorms which hit Cheyenne this week has set back work on a variety of city projects.
The mayor says the storm which hit Tuesday night and Wednesday morning halted work on the East and West Pershing Reconstruction projects, The Converse/Pershing/19th street /Roundabout Project, some Board of Public Utilities work and even gardening projects in city parks and similar areas
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says it looks like the city budget for fiscal year 2014, and for that matter the next few years, will remain tight.
Kaysen says he has met with city department heads, as well as support agencies like the animal shelter and the city-county health department to get their funding requests for the new fiscal year which begins on July 1
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a partial agreement between the city and the owners of the former Hollywood Video store property will avoid a court fight and allow work on the Pershing/Converse/19th Street Roundabout project to get underway next spring.
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says that while it's impossible right now to gauge what impact the loss of up to $135 Million annually in federal Abandoned Mine Lands Funding to Wyoming would have on the city of Cheyenne, it's safe to say that it could be ''a very significant impact."
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says he is relieved and excited to move forward following Tuesday's overwhelming vote in favor of spending 6th penny sales tax revenues to renovate the old Dineen Car Dealership in Downtown Cheyenne for use as a Public Safety Building.
Cheyenne has been awarded a membership in Union Pacific’s Train Town USA Registry as part of the railroad’s year-long 150th anniversary celebration. Cheyenne received an official Train Town USA resolution signed by Union Pacific Chairman Jim Young.
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