Natrona County Commissioners

Commission Rejects Bar Nunn Area Rezoning Request by Developer
David Phillips speaks against a proposed zoning changenear his residence north of Casper at a Natrona County Commission meeting Tuesday as deputy county attorney Heather Duncan-Malone listens. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media     Nearly 50 signatures on a petition and a battery of pleas from r…
Natrona County Commission Approves Conflict-of-Interest Policy
With an eye to avoiding the turmoil at Casper City Hall, a majority of the Natrona County Commission adopted a conflict-of-interest policy for itself on Tuesday. “Members of this commission have been disturbed by what is happening in the city,” Chairman Bill McDowell said. Before the m…
Natrona County Commissioners Offer Three Scholarships
The Natrona County Commissioners have three scholaships to award for the 2014-2015 academic year. The $500 tuition scholarships per semester are for full-time students who are attending either the University of Wyoming or a community college. Applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of …
New Library Campaign Begins One Municipality At A Time
Four months until the fall elections and November’s ballot may include a question to Natrona County voters asking for approval of a specific purpose one-cent tax to raise dollars for a new public library. The Natrona County Library Board looked to a citizen-led task force for direction on the…
Bridle Trail Investments To Create Sure Footing, Clear Future
Consolidating ownership and easements to the Bridle Trail at Rotary Park is given momentum by a Recreation Joint Powers Board Grant to Natrona County. County Commissioner, Bill McDowell, says a $215,000 grant will make possible land and easement acquisition along with installation of significant fen…
Natrona County Parks Department May Go Solo
A separate parks department is under consideration for Natrona County. Currently Roads, Bridges and Parks are combined, but it wasn’t always that way. Listen here, “The issue is really multi-fold. At one time a number of years ago the parks department was independent of road and bridge…
State Rep Lisa Shepperson Resigns From Wyoming Legislature
State Representative Lisa Shepperson, R-Casper, resigned from the State Legislature on Thursday citing family and business reasons. Lisa Shepperson, who has represented House District 58 since 2007, said being a mom and running a ranch have left little time for her legislative duties.   As most…

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