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Cheyenne City Council Passes City Administrator Ordinance

Cheyenne voters will likely decide the manner in which they want their city to be governed during a special election in November.

The Cheyenne City Council, Monday night, passed on second reading a charter ordinance establishing the position of city administrator by an 8 to 2 vote.

Mayor Rick Kaysen and Ward III Councilman Jim Brown voted against the ord

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Committee of the Whole Approves City Administrator Ordinance

A charter ordinance establishing the position of city administrator will go before the Cheyenne City Council when it meets Monday night.

The Committee of the Whole approved the ordinance by a 5-2 vote Tuesday n

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Council Committee to Discuss City Administrator Position

Cheyenne voters may be deciding whether or not they want a city administrator when they head to the polls in November.

The Cheyenne City Council Monday night referred a charter ordinance establishing the position of city administrator to the Committee of the Whole.

Dale Steenbergen, President and C.E.O. of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber

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Local Officials Partnering With F.E. Warren AFB

Local government and economic officials are partnering with F.E. Warren Air Force Base in an effort to fully integrate the base into the community.

F.E. Warren is not only home to the 90th Missile W

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Chamber Leader: Bad Management To Blame For Rate Increase

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says bad management and poor planning by city officials have created the need for increases in sanitation fees.

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Kaysen: Let The Voters Decide City Government

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he thinks any decision about changing Cheyenne's city government should be made by the voters, not just the city council.

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Steenbergen: City Administrator Would Fight Mediocrity

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says Cheyenne has a lot of issues that aren't being addressed, and thinks a city administrator might solve the problem.

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Kaysen: No Stance On City Administrator

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he won't take a position on a proposal to change Cheyenne's city government so that an appointed administrator, rather than an elected mayor would make most day to day decisions.

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Chamber Leader Backs City Administrator

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says he thinks day to day decisions about city government should be made by a city administrator rather than a mayor.

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Impact Fee Proposal Withdrawn

A proposal to have city staff develop a plan for impact fees in the city was withdrawn on Monday night because of a lack of support on the Cheyenne City Council.

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