Casper City Council

Public Restroom Project Scaled Back, Total Cost Up
The cost for a new public restroom in downtown Casper is going up. Casper City Council has agreed to a roughly $350,000 contract with Casper-based Haass Construction toward construction of the facility at the parking ramp between South Center and South Wolcott streets. Casper mayor Paul Meyer said t…
City Council Approves Zamboni, Dasher Board Contracts
Casper City Council on Tuesday approved the purchase of a new ice resurfacing vehicle and dasher boards for the soon-to-be-installed ice rink at the Casper Events Center. Both resolutions were passed 6-to-2, with Ward I councilmen Daniel Sandoval and Keith Goodenough twice providing dissenting votes…
Council Gives Preliminary Approval to Trash Service Fee Hikes
The city of Casper may soon increase several of its solid waste removal fees. Casper City Council on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a proposal that raises on-call residential, commercial weekly collection and additional requested pickup fees by five percent. The proposal also calls for increas…
Council to Discuss Trash Service Fee Hikes
Casper City Council is scheduled to discuss proposed changes to the city of Casper’s solid waste removal fees during a work session on Tuesday. The city is proposing a five percent fee increase for several commercial and residential trash pick-up services, including on-call residential, comme…
Council Approves Hogadon Fee Hikes
Casper City Council approved the new fee schedule for Hogadon Ski Area on Tuesday. Under the agreement, adult season pass fees will increase $20 to $420 and youth season pass fees will increase $15 to $365. All-day lift ticket prices will also increase $2 to $42 for adults and $37 for youths, and ha…
Council to Review Casper Proposed FY15 Budget
Casper City Council will review and vote on the city of Casper’s proposed budget for the 2015 fiscal year on Tuesday. Despite the city letting eight of its employees go, the proposed budget, which comes in at around $151 million after intergovernmental transactions are factored in, calls for …
Goodenough Asks Casper City Manager Patterson to Resign
A Ward I member of the Casper City Council is asking for the resignation of Casper city manager John Patterson. Councilman Keith Goodenough called the city manager a “wheeler and dealer,” and said Patterson is too focused on major capital projects and not focused enough on the actual m…

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