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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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Tuesday’s Morning Zone: The Mayor and Rep. Lummis

Today's Morning Zone features duscssuions with Cheyenne's Mayor and Wyoming's Lone Representative.

7:07AM MDT Early bird open lines. Be our guest and weigh in the the hot topics of the day before you head off to work. Just call toll free 1-888-503-6500 o

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Kaysen Reminds Motorists About Project Detours

 

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is reminding motorists to expect some road closures and detours in conjunction with the Converse/19th street/Pershing Roundabout project which is supposed to get underway on Monday, weather permitting.

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Kaysen Says Hollywood Video Talks ‘In the home stretch”

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city has an agreement in principle with the owners of the former Hollywood Video in Cheyenne, and is closing on a final agreement for the property.

The city wants the property for the Converse/Pershing/19th street roundabout project, and Kaysen says the city has an agreement with the property owners to begin construction work associated with that project on the property, and says the city is also working on easements associated with the project

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Would A New Fence Fix ‘The Hole’?

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says that while talks continue between the city and a Kansas company about a possible purchase by the city of the 2/3 of the property it doesn't currently own, officials are looking to mitigate the visual impact of the empty property with a new, more decorative fence

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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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Mayor, Council Working On Budget

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he and the city council have already completed the first round of work on a budget for fiscal year 2014, which gets underway July 1 of this year.

Kaysen says the city got good news when the legislature recently approved $20 million in funding for city and county governments across Wyoming

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