A $5.4 million grant for Laramie to build the Cirrus Sky Technology Park was approved on a 3-to-1 vote by the State Loan and Investment Board on Thursday in Cheyenne. It is the largest Community Readiness Grant in the history of the Wyoming Business Council
In one week Laramie will know whether or not it will receive a $5.4 million grant to create the Cirrus Sky Technology Park. The State Loan and Investment Board is scheduled to hold a special grant and loan meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17th in Cheyenne.
Dave Paulekas was elected Mayor and President of the Laramie City Council at a special meeting of the council on Monday night. Newly elected council member Paul Weaver was elected Vice Mayor and Vice President of the council.
Who has the responsibility to maintain tree branches / shrubbery that hang into the alleyways? The city or the resident. I'm frustrated having twigs and boughs scratch my vehicle as I travel down an alley.
The City of Laramie is making an extra run with their snow plows and will be downtown this evening, Thursday night and early Friday morning, so that the historic district looks its best for the last holiday shopping weekend.
"It's when the community gets behind it that it works," was the message from Senator Phil Nicholas on Monday night when talking about building a new high school for Laramie. Nicholas was one of the Albany County Legislators that attended a work session with the Laramie City Council to review the 2013 Legislative session.
Why is it that businesses in Laramie can no longer have banners due to something passing along with metal roofs, and UW can have banners on Grand and a new place was just built a couple weeks ago got a metal roof put on? Is it who you are and who you know to be able to get away with this? Or am i getting false information?
Why is there not more traffic control at the intersection of 22nd & Reynolds Streets? This area is very congested in the mornings and afternoons and with having a fire station in the same block makes for a dangerous situation with kids.
The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors is recommending that Laramie get a $5.4 million grant to create the Cirrus Sky Technology Park. If this tech park becomes a reality it could mean some significant growth for Laramie. But is that a change you would like to see?
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