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Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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County Commission Agrees on Gun Club Lease Language

The Natrona County Commission on Tuesday tentatively agreed to language in the proposed lease of county land west of Casper  by the Platte River Rod and Gun Club.

The lease has been two years coming

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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County Commission Considers Fire Ban, Shooting Range Lease

The Natrona County Commission will consider placing fire restrictions because of impending drought and rising fire danger, according to a resolution on its agenda for Tuesday's meeting in the old courthouse at 5:30 p

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Deputy Attorney: Property Rights Not Affected by Zoning Language Change

The proposed deletion of the "doctrine of natural expansion" from Natrona County's Zoning Resolution will not adversely affect private property rights, the county's deputy attorney said Monday.

"I don't think that this will be an infringement on people's rights," Heather Duncan-Malone said

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Natrona County Public Library
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Library Hosts Commissioner Candidate Forum

Natrona County Commission candidates will speak and answer questions at a public forum at the Public Library, 307 E. Second St., at at 6:30 p.m. Monday.

"It will give the public a chance for the public to get to know

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Dave Phillips speaks in opposition to proposed zoning change for subdivision north of Casper during the Natrona County Commission meeting Tuesday. The commission approved the change.

Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Dave Phillips speaks in opposition to proposed zoning change for subdivision north of Casper during the Natrona County Commission meeting Tuesday. The commission approved the change. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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County Commission Approves Light Industrial Zoning Change for Subdivision; Reverses Previous Decision

 

 

The Natrona County Commission on Tuesday approved a zone change to allow light industrial development in a subdivision near Bar Nunn.

The vote, after heated opposition by dozens of county residents, reversed a denial of the same request on June 3.

The

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Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
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Natrona County Commission to Re-hear Zoning Change Request

The Natrona County Commission will consider a zoning change in a subdivision north of Casper in a rare re-hearing at its meeting in the old courthouse at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Commissioners in June turned down the request from developer Keith Tyler and his F

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Potholes punctuate the minimal paving at the Amoco Park trailhead of the Platte River Parkway. The Parkway Trust is gathering funding to fix the site.

Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Potholes punctuate the minimal paving at the Amoco Park trailhead of the Platte River Parkway. The Parkway Trust is gathering funding to fix the site. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Amoco Park Trailhead Set for a Makeover

Before you reach the rapids of the Whitewater Park, you need to navigate the slows of the Platte River Parkway south of the river and just east of the Tate Pumphouse.

And before you navigate the rip rap at the Whitewater Park, you need to pick through the pot holes in the parking lot of the first trailhead of the pathway that winds for miles along the river

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Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
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Commission Approves $53 Million Budget

The Natrona County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a $53 million budget for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

The budget, which took months of hearings and number crunching, is five percent larger than the one for the previous

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Kristin Larson of the Busch Law Firm of Seattle represents AT&T in the company's request to the Natrona County Commission on Tuesday for a conditional use permit for a cell tower north of Casper.
Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Kristin Larson of the Busch Law Firm of Seattle represents AT&T in the company's request to the Natrona County Commission on Tuesday for a conditional use permit for a cell tower north of Casper. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Commissioners Approve AT&T Cell Tower Over Neighbors’ Opposition

Despite angry protests, the Natrona County Commission on Tuesday approved AT&T's conditional use permit request to install a 134-foot-tall cell tower in the Homa Hills subdivision north of Casper.

AT&T representatives told commissioners during a public hearing that the company needs the towe

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Coroner Connie Jacobson
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Coroner Connie Jacobson Seeks Re-election

Natrona County Coroner Connie Jacobson wants to keep improving her office for another four years, she said.

"The reason I'm running again is because I actually like begin the coroner, and to really continue on the momentum that I've started in the office five years ago," Jacobson said

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