Casper City Council

Casper City Council Passes ‘Removal of Officials’ Ordinance
Casper City Council voted 6-3 for a long-contested ordinance for a process to remove council members at its meeting Tuesday.
The ordinance, passed on third reading, would penalize direct violations of the city’s code of ethics, as well as sexual harassment, workplace violence and the …
Casper City Council Agrees to Ordinance Amendments
Casper City Council has informally agreed to add amendments to proposed ordinances regarding the city's code of ethics and the removal of elected officials.
With a two-thirds vote after a hearing, council may choose to either censure or remove a council member found guilty of ethics violations &…
Council Approves $68 Million One-Cent Spending List
Casper City Council has approved a $68 million city of Casper optional one-cent sales tax spending list for the next four years.
The list indicates that $48 million in one-cent sales tax revenue will go toward water, fire, streets and police – once again, in order, the four areas that ranked th…
Rough Draft of One-Cent Tax Spending List Released
City of Casper officials have figured out how they want to spend a projected $68 million in optional one-cent sales tax revenue over the next four years – assuming voters pass the tax again this November.
After fielding roughly 3,000 surveys online, through the mail and at one-cent forums held throug…
Council Gives OK to New Ethics, Removal From Office Language
Casper City Council on Tuesday decided to proceed with municipal code revisions that would make it easier to remove an elected council member found guilty of ethics violations.
Under the proposed code, council would need a two-thirds majority to remove a council member following a hearing in front of…

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