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Road and Alley Projects Scheduled for This Week

City of Cheyenne Street and Alley workers will work on three street projects this week, weather permitting.

On Tuesday, September 17, workers will asphalt overlay Windwood Drive between Holmes Street and Frontier Street. The road will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Carey Junior High School Student Drop-Off Area Access

Motorists dropping off students at Carey Junior High School, 1780 East Pershing Boulevard, will be able to access the student drop-off area in front of the school. Laramie County School District #1 classes begin on Tuesday, August 27

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City Seeking Housing Authority Board Member

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city is looking for a volunteer to fill a vacancy on the city Housing Authority Board.

The board works to alleviate unsanitary or unsafe housing as well as housing shortages for low-income city residents by finding rentals or housing at affordable prices

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City Reaches Agreement On Hollywood Video Property

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city has reached an agreement to acquire the part of the former Hollywood Video property it needs for the Pershing/ Converse/19th Street roundabout project.

Kaysen says terms of the agreement call for the city to pay $ 400, 000 for the property as well as swap city owned property directly north of the Hollywood Video site

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Cheyenne Frontier Days Vendors Need City Licenses

Cheyenne City Clerk Carol Intlekofer is reminding vendors who want to temporarily sell items from tables or booths that they need city licenses.

Intlekofer says youths who plan to sell pre-packaged food items or canned/bottled beverages along the route for this year's CFD parades need a Temporary Parade Vendor Permit through her office

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Tuesday On the Morning Zone

Scheduled today:

7:07AM MDT: Jim Kouri, 5th V.P of National Assoc. of Chiefs of Police, and law enforcement columnist. He will talk details of his latest column, As the IRS scandal metastasizes, Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., appearing on Yo

Beetle Infestation (Courtesy of Black Hills National Forest)
Beetle Infestation (Courtesy of Black Hills National Forest)
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City Recommends Spraying Now For Pine Beetles

Officials with the City of Cheyenne Department of Urban Forestry say now is the best time to spray for Mountain Pine Beetles as well as Spruce Beetles and other tree-killing bugs.

Randy Overstreet, Assistant Director of Cheyenne Urban Forestry, says the different beetles that attack trees in this area tend to emerge at different times

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Winter Storm Halts City Projects

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

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Kaysen Says Budget Will Be ‘Very Tight’

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

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Kaysen Says Roundabout Work To Start In Spring

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.

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