Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says one reason that agency is making a radar speed gun available to the public that most people overestimate the speeds vehicles are traveling through residential areas.
The Cheyenne Police Department and the Cheyenne City Engineer's office are launching a new program to address concerns about speeding in residential areas, according to police spokesman Officer Dan Long.
Wyoming Tea Party organizer M. Lee Hasenauer says that organization is circulating a petition urging state lawmakers to invoke the 10th amendment to the U.S. Constitution to combat what they see as illegal federal environmental policies.
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says that while he supports the idea of a city administrator for Cheyenne, people who object to not being able to vote for the person making everyday decisions have a ''fair argument."
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