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Karen Snyder, Ktwo Radio News
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Local Officials Bring Concerns To Breakfast

State Legislators from local districts along with their counterparts in city and county government had breakfast together Tuesday.  The time together let concerns be known as the next legislative session approaches.  At the top of City and County wish lists is predictable City  funding.

But, Bunky Loucks,  Representative-Elect for House District 59 says creating a more reliable funding model is difficult for both side.

" I mean the states revenues  fluctuate too, because we totally depend on  oil revenues and  that goes up and down.  I think everybody here is committed to trying to do whatever they can to stabilize the model for municipalities."

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Wyoming Legislature Measures State’s Aging Toolkit

From the Wyoming News Service

A one-stop shop has been tested in some areas of Wyoming since 2005 - a place where people can take their questions about services and care options, as they age or face a disability.  The legislature will look at whether to keep that network of Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) in place during the upcoming session.  Aging Division Administrator, Ginny Mahoney,  says they’d like to expand it statewide, as it has been well-received in communities where it’s been offered.

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Karen Snyder, KtwoRadio news
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State Library Endowment Pays Out

A Public Library Endowment Challenge established by the Wyoming Legislature in 2008 has borne fruit. Ktwo Radio's, Karen Snyder, has the story...

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Charter School Legislation Proposals Set For General Session

The Wyoming Association of Public Charter Schools will be at the next session of the Wyoming legislature that begins next January 11th, lobbying for changes to Wyoming Law.

Kari Cline, the Association's Executive Director says they'll focus on two pieces of legislation.

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Landfill Cleanup Bill Heads to Cheyenne

What to do about cleaning up landfill sites around the state is addressed in a bill that moves to the legislature.  The Joint Minerals Interim Committee polished off language for the draft bill this week when they met in Casper.  State Representative, Tim Stubsen, sits on the Committee and he says the bill sets up the process for prioritizing cleanup of contaminated statewide sites.

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