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Events Center One Step Closer to Ice

The city of Casper may be one step closer to installing an ice rink at the Casper Events Center. With it, city official say, may come professional hockey.

Mayor Paul Meyer says the $237,000 agreement approved by Casper City Council on Tuesday will lead to the completion of needed architectural, engineering and project management services at the 8,395-seat arena

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Hedquist Public Hearing to Occur April 29

An unprecedented informal public hearing involving Casper City Council and embattled Ward II councilman Craig Hedquist has been scheduled for later this month.

The resolution, which was passed by a 6-2 margin Tuesday night, not only schedules the Apr

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Council Informally Agrees to Fund Events Center, Rec. Center, River Projects With Consensus Funds

Casper City Council discussed how to spend its $3.7 million share of county consensus funding during its Tuesday work session.

Council agreed to put $1 million toward continued restoration efforts along the North Platte River, another $1 million toward the installation of a new scoreboard and ribbon board system at the Casper Events Center and $1

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New Bleachers Approved for Casper Speedway

New bleachers will be installed at the Casper Speedway in advance of the upcoming race season.

Casper City Council approved a $170,000 bid for the new bench-style seating during its regular session earlier this week

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Casper City Council Approves New Wastewater Centrifuge Funds

An important upgrade will soon be installed at the city of Casper's wastewater treatment facility.

Casper City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved just under $160,000 for a second centrifuge at the facility

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Council Approves $100,000 First Street Design Contract

City councilors have taken the first step toward making multiple improvements along First Street in Casper.

The over $100,000 design and engineering contract that was unanimously approved by councilors on Tuesday acts as a catalyst for a long-term, $1

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Casper City Council Approves Platte River Revival Design Funds

Casper City Council has unanimously approved $450,000 toward design and construction efforts at multiple Platte River Revival sites.

Colorado-based Stantec consulting will be tasked with providing geomorphic, environmental and cultural surveys for the Morad Park, Wyoming Boulevard, Water Treatment Plant, Izaak Walton and Knife River stream restoration priority sites

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Limited Tethering Ordinance Passed by Casper City Council

Casper City Council has passed and implemented an amended animal tethering ordinance for the city of Casper.

The ordinance was passed for a third time by council on Tuesday. It prohibits overnight tethering of dogs and other animals within city limits and also implements certain chain size and length restrictions and tethering area cleanliness requirements

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Casper City Council Asks SLIB to Reconsider Funding Vote

Casper City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night asking the Wyoming State Land Investment Board to reconsider a decision in January that denied infrastructure funding for a proposed hotel and conference center near downtown Casper

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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City Council Considers New Hogadon Maintenance, Ski Patrol Building

Casper City Council is moving forward with plans that may lead to the replacement of neglected maintenance and ski patrol facilities at Hogadon Ski Area.

During its work session on Tuesday, council gave informal approval to spend previously allocated one-cent funds on a cost estimate and architectural sketches for a proposed building that combines the current maintenance and ski patrol facilities

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