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Proposal For Museum In “The Hole” Moving Ahead

The property has been vacant since a fire destroyed a business located there a decade ago, and the site is widely regarded as a major eyesore in the downtown area.

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Kaysen:Ownership Obstacle To Fixing “The Hole”

He goes on to say that some people have suggested "cost be damned. Go out and acquire the money" for a purchase "however you can".

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A Quiz about “The Hole” – A Review for Cheyennites

It's a legend. An eyesore. A maybe-permanent fixture in the heart of Downtown Cheyenne.

It's known as the hole. Take the quiz to see if you can accurately describe how "The Hole" came to be.

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Negotiations To Purchase “The Hole” Property Stalled

The mayor says that while there is nothing to report on a possible purchase, city officials continue to entertain ''conceptual ideas" for construction on the site.

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Kaysen Says City Considering Fence For ‘The Hole’

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city is looking into putting a more decorative fence around the downtown Cheyenne property commonly referred to as ''the hole".

The East Lincolnway property has been widely regarded as an eyesore ever since a 2004 fire destroyed a business that haD been located there

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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: Possible LCCC Purchase Of ”Hole” Exploratory

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a possible purchase of the area in downtown Cheyenne commonly referred to as "the hole", as well as the Hynds Building, by Laramie County Community College for off-campus housing is strictly in the discussion stage at this point

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Talks Continue On Downtown Hole

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says negotiations are continuing between the city and the Kansas company which owns 2/3 of the property on Lincolnway commonly referred to as ''the hole''.

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'the hole' West Lincolnway, Cheyenne (Doug Randall/TSM)
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Appraisal Next Step in Property Purchase

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says an appraisal of the property known as 'the hole' on West Lincolnway is needed before serious negotiations can begin between the city and the company that owns 2/3 of the property on a possible city purchase.

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''The Hole' West Lincolnway, Cheyenne (Doug Randall/TSM)
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Steenburgen Urges Action on ‘The Hole’

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenburgen says  his organization isn't taking a position on whether the city should purchase a property on West Lincolnway commonly referred to as "the hole". But he says it's clear that something needs to be done about the property.

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