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Commentary: Cheyenne City Council Votes ‘No’ On Your Property Rights!

As you may know, the city of Cheyenne has fallen in line, as good soldiers, with the recent U.D.C. decision passed by the City Council and Mayor Rick Kaysen to float our property rights down the "global" river.

We continue to hear some of the City Council m

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Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
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Tues. Morning Zone: Most Expensive Epidemic of Fraud in History & The Mayor

Today's guests:

7:07AM MDT: William Black....Black is now an associate professor of economics and law at the University of Missouri, Kansas City and the author of "The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One." He was the deputy staff director of

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Kaysen says Budget Moving Forward

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says his budget proposals for fiscal year 2013--which starts July 1, 2012--are moving ahead on schedule. The mayor notes the city council held a workshop on the budget on May 18th, and the City Council Finance Committee on Monday approved the proposal.

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Tuesday Morning Zone Has John Birch Society, Mayor Kaysen and Chief Kozak

Today will be a great listening day on The Morning Zone. Dave's 7:07AM MDT guest will be Jeff Hymas from the John Birch Society. He will be talking about Agenda 21 and other issues and speaking tonight at a special informational meeting in the Sunflower Room of the Laramie County Library.

At 7:37AM MDT: Cheyen

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
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City, Property Owner Face November Court Date

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a November 26 court date has been set in a lawsuit the city has filed to acquire property it wants for the 19th st./Pershing/Converse roundabout project.

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Kaysen Proposes $49.6 Million City Budget

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is proposing a $49.6 million budget for the city for fiscal year 2013, a decrease of about 1.8 percent compared to the 2012 budget as approved by the city council last year. The mayor says no layoffs of full-time city employees are included in his budget proposal, but there will be cutbacks of hours among some part time employees as well as one layoff.

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Kaysen Honored For Building Safety

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen will be honored in mid-May in Washington D.C. by the International Code Council for his commitment and contributions to building safety as part of the 2012 Elected Officials of the Year Awards.

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Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
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Kaysen Says Developer Interested in Belvoir Ranch

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city continues to speak with a developer who may want to lease at least part of the Belvoir Ranch for a wind energy development. The mayor says the conversations have been going on for a while, but he declined to name the developer or specifics of a possible agreement other than to say the developer is interested in leasing the western portion of the ranch for a possible wind energy project.

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Mayor Says Cheyenne Drawing Business Inquiries

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he's hearing a lot of questions about Cheyenne from companies considering doing business here. Microsoft announced last week that it is locating a data center in the capital city, which is expected to add 40 well-paying jobs to the local economy.

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Tuesday The Morning Zone Has Kouri, The Mayor and Day of Giving

7:07AM MDT: Law Enforcement Columnist, and former Vice President of The National Association of Chiefs of Police, Jim Kouri guests to discuss his latest column, GSA corruption more far reaching than suspected, says lawmaker, watchdog group. (See it posted in it's entirety righ

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