Article in Wyoming Tribune Eagle. by Josh Mitchell
After tallying the votes, the following list of projects (in order of top priority from highest to least) was created:
* Public safety administration building, $25 million.
* Downtown flood-control project, $4.8 million.
* Botanic Gardens renovation and expansion, $16 million.
* Police radios, $1 million.
* Landfill equipment, $3 million.
* Municipal Pool renovation, $5 million.
* Christensen Road overpass planning, $1.5 million.”
“There will be a special meeting of the Cheyenne City Council’s Committee of the Whole beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday to review and provide a new priorities recommendation for city sixth-penny sales tax projects.
A special meeting of the governing body (mayor and City Council members) will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday to consider adopting the resolution.
Both meetings will be held in City Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 2101 O’Neil Ave., and are open to the public.”