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Commission Candidate Decrys Over-Regulation

Woods says if he's elected he will push for a review of county regulations and the permitting process to see how they can be made more user friendly.

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Christine Lummis - revised
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Christine Lummis is Running For County Commissioner

Lummis said if elected one of her top priorities wil be figuring out a way to improve the county's transportation infrastructure.

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Keith 'Buck" Holmes
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Holmes: Laramie County Roads A Big Challenge

Laramie County Commissioner Keith "Buck" Holmes says the wet spring weather means keeping up county roads is an even bigger challenge than usual this year.

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Thompson Sees Opportunities, Challenges

Thompson says that while economic growth in general generates more revenues for local government, he thinks it's important the commission maintains a conservative approach to spending

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Rick Keslar
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Rick Keslar Running for Laramie County Commissioner

Keslar, a Republican, recently retired from the Wyoming Department of Transportation, where he worked for 39 years.

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Linda Heath
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Heath Running For Commission as “Traditional Conservative”

Laramie County small business owner and Republican activist Linda Heath says she wants to emphasize traditional conservative values and truth in government in her run for a seat on the Laramie County Commission.

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M. Lee Hasenauer
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M. Lee Hasenauer Running for Laramie County Commissioner

M. Lee Hasenauer says he is running for a four year seat on the Laramie County Commission.

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M. Lee Hassenour
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Hasenauer Resigning As Tea Party Organizer

Hasenauer says he still supports the tea party movement and will continue to remain active,

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City/County Building, Cheyenne (Doug Randall/tsm)
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Laramie County Commission Amends Plan Cheyenne

Although he voted against the plan, M. Lee Hasenauer says the changes made by the commission get rid of the worst aspects of Plan Cheyenne

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M. Lee Hasenauer
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Commissioner Calls For Pay Cuts For Officials

Hasenauer's seat is on the election ballot this year, but he hasn't said whether he plans to run for re-election.

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