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City Moves Metro Animal Control From Police to Community Development

 

Casper has transferred Metro Animal Control to the city's Community Development Department, city officials said Tuesday.

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Council Approves Conference Center Site Lease Agreement

Casper City Council gave formal approval Tuesday to a pass-through lease agreement that will likely lead to the development and construction of a conference center on a former Amoco refinery site west of Casper’s downtown Old Yellowstone District

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Council Gives Preliminary Approval to Pass-Through Lease, May Lead to Conference Center Construction

A proposed 200-room hotel and state-of-the-art conference center complex may soon come to fruition on riverside Amoco Platte River Commons property west of the city’s downtown core.

On Tuesday, Casper City Council gave informal approval to a draft of a so-called pass-through lease agreement, where the city would spend just over $5 million to lease the land from the Amoco Reuse Agreement Joint Powers Board

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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 management of the city

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Patterson: Council to Vote on Ice Rink Contract This Tuesday

The installation of an ice rink may be just around the corner at the Casper Events Center.

“Engineering work has been done, we’ve got a contract drawn up, and we anticipate getting approval of that so we can move forward with the installation of ice in the window that we have this summer,” John Patterson, the city manager of Casper, said on Thursday

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Casper Coyotes Sign Local Players

On Thursday, May 29 at 9:00am City of Casper Mayor Paul Meyer and City Manager John Patterson will each give an address to officially welcome the Casper Coyotes to the community. Team General Manager, John Ambrefe will also make an address and welcome the signing of two local future Coyotes, Brady Griffin and Matt Loundagin

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Streets, Public Utilities, Public Safety Areas of Concern Among One-Cent Meeting Attendees

The city of Casper held its fourth interactive one-cent meeting Wednesday night at Casper City Hall.

Casper city manager John Patterson says, once again, Casper and Natrona County residents in attendance were concerned with four specific areas that, historically, have been funded in some way through one-cent

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Meyer: Attorneys Representing Hedquist, City in Negotiations

Casper mayor Paul Meyer says city of Casper attorneys are in ongoing negotiations with attorneys representing Ward II city councilman Craig Hedquist.

“Negotiations continue amongst the two sides, and that’s a very good thing right now,” Meyer said

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Hedquist Attorneys Claiming Attempted Police Surveillance in Federal Suit

Attorneys representing Ward II Casper City Council member Craig Hedquist are making allegations of attempted illegal police surveillance in an amended lawsuit filed in federal court on Thursday.

Hedquist's legal team is now claiming Casper city manager John Patterson asked former Casper police chief Chris Walsh to install a hidden surveillance system in the city council locker and coat room with the intent of catching Hedquist doing some sort of illegal activity

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Streets, Public Safety, Water Are Areas of Biggest Concern for One-Cent Survey Respondents

With over 5,000 surveys in, residents of Casper and Natrona County say water system improvement, police and fire coverage and street improvement should be the biggest priorities for future city of Casper one-cent sales tax funds

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