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Street-Race Drama; Video Of Mayor Sparks New Spat

Two months after a nearly two-year dispute appeared over among some Casper City Council members, a recently surfaced video laid down some new stripes.

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Mayor Involved in Altercation…Stories Differ

Mayor says he was trying to stop street racing. Others claim he was asserting his authority.

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Hedquist’s Federal Lawsuit Against Patterson Set For Trial In 2016

The federal lawsuit filed by Casper City Councilman Craig Hedquist against City Manager John Patterson and the city itself will go to trial in January 2016, according to court records.

Other recent developments in the case include the withdrawal of Janel Moore as Hedquist's co-plaintiff, and the dismissal of two causes of action in the amended complaint filed in U.S. District Court.

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Doing Something by Doing Nothing: Council Declines Hedquist’s Investigation Request

Acting on an attorney's recommendation, Casper City Council did something Tuesday by doing nothing.

Last week, councilman Craig Hedquist sent a letter to city council asking for an investigation into whether some city officials violated ethical standards.

Judy Studer, substituting for City Attorney Bill Luben who faced a conflict of

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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 creation of a hostile work environment

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Removal From Office Ordinance Amendment To Be Discussed Tuesday

During its Tuesday work session, Casper City Council will discuss an additional amendment to a proposed ordinance that would make it easier to remove elected council members found guilty of ethics or conduct violations

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Council Member Removal Ordinances Pass First Reading

Casper City Council on Tuesday gave first-reading approval to a pair of ordinances that would make it easier to remove elected council members found guilty of committing ethics violations.

Council approved both ordinances 6-3 after about 40 minutes of discussion

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Ethical Code Revisions on Tuesday Casper City Council Agenda

Casper City Council will cast its first vote on changes to the city of Casper's ethical code that would make it less difficult to remove elected officials from office.

Council will have to pass both ordinances three times before adoption – the first reading is scheduled for Tuesday's council regular session

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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 an independent officer

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Casper City Council to Discuss Ethics Code Modifications

Changes may be on the horizon for Casper's code of ethics for elected officials.

Casper mayor Paul Meyer said Casper City Council will mull proposals to bolster the city's ethical code during a work session this Tuesday

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