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Shanor: Cheyenne City Council Needs Earlier Budget Info

Shanor says his proposal would open up the budget process to the council and the public

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Cheyenne Mayor Opposes Budget Proposal

Shanor says his proposal would give the full council information and input on the formulation of the budget.

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Tuesday’s Morning Zone…Mayor Kaysen and Sen. Mike Enzi

Today's Program Schedule

7:07AM MDT: Law enforcement columnist, Jim Kouri rejoins host Dave Chaffin to discuss his latest column. A day that should have been filled with joy and hope for a bright future turned into a day of horror and death when at least three people, including an 8-year-old girl, were killed by terrorists riding motorcycles who opened fire on celebrants at a wedding outside of a Coptic Christian church in Cairo on Sunday morning, according to Jacob Lanisky, a former police official and counterterrorism analyst.

7:07AM MDT: Early Bi

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Kaysen Says Roundabout On Schedule For November Completion

Kaysen says work on the project is about 75 percent complete as of this week.

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Kaysen: Don’t Abandon Western Theme

He says the city can't just '' put homeless people in a vehicle, take them to the outskirts of town and tell them to be on their way".

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Tuesday’s Morning Zone: Jim Kouri and The Mayor

Today's Morning Zone Schedule:

7:07AM MDT Jim Kouri, Law enforcement columnist and 5th vice president of the National Association of the Chiefs of Police, and regular guest with Dave Chaffin on The Morning Zone. Today, jim will discuss his

Rick Kaysen
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Kaysen Wants Employee Raises July 1

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he still wants to include a 2.25 percent employee raise when the fiscal year 2014 budget takes effect on July 1.

The Cheyenne City Council Committee of the Whole voted earlier this week to place the money the mayor wants to use for raises in an escrow account until an employee investment study which is already underway can be completed

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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

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Kaysen Proposing Raises For City Employees

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is proposing employee pay raises of 2.25% in his budget proposals for fiscal year 2014.

The mayor says city employees have received only 2 raises in the last four years, and calls his proposed pay increases "modest"

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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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