Kenyne Schlager

Council Approves New Equipment Purchases
Casper City Council has signed off on several equipment upgrades for the city’s leisure and public service departments. Council, by an 8-0 margin, authorized nearly $120,000 in new vehicle purchases on Tuesday night. Ward II councilman Paul Meyer was not in attendance. Overall, councilors agr…
Casper City Council Considers Hogadon Improvement Plan
Casper City Council discussed how the city should digest a $6.1 million master plan for the city-owned Hogadon Ski Area. City manager John Patterson unveiled the piece-by-peace plan for the long-neglected ski site during Tuesday night’s work session. The plan, which spans into the budget for …
Council Approves New Medical Center Site Plans Again
A new, privately-owned hospital on Casper’s east side is one step closer to becoming reality. Casper City Council approved, on second reading, the site plan that will contain the proposed 52,000-square-foot Summit Medical Center, along with several medical offices and a restaurant. Council ap…
Council to Discuss Community Promotions on Tuesday
Casper City Council will discuss which organizations made the cut for community promotions funding during a regular work session on Tuesday. Councilors have spent the last two weeks reviewing 36 applications from organizations requesting funds and the use of facilities to help put on certain events …
Council Approves Funding For New Native American Statue
Casper residents and visitors may soon notice a new Native American-themed statue near Fort Caspar Museum. Casper City Council will allocate roughly $68,000 from the city’s optional one-cent ’13 fund toward the design and construction of the $250,000 statue. Casper mayor Kenyne Schlage…

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