The Most Popular ‘Ask the City’ Topics of 2016
One of Laramie Live's most popular features, "Ask the City" allows Laramie residents to ask questions or voice concerns about a number of topics, including: city ordinance, road construction updates, recycling programs, and more. Here are the most popular "Ask the City" Topics of 2016, in no particular order.
Several resident asked about street repairs all across town, but one that seemed to get a lot of attention was the pothole at the intersection of 13th and Sheridan. The pothole was fixed by the end of the summer.
With the new Laramie High School building complete and occupied, several questions were raised about the new building (and the new student parking lot). Residents were also curious about plans for the old high school building.
Several residents had questions about the green waste program, missed trash collections, and the possibility of a recycling program in Laramie.
Residents across the city voiced concerns about a potential municipal code violation with campers parked in front of residences for extended periods of time. These cases are often referred to Laramie Police Department's Community Service Officers.
Several residents have voiced concern about the state of the Clark Street viaduct, and interest in the new Harney Street viaduct that will take its place. The Harney Street viaduct is a WYDOT managed project and is anticipated to be completed in 2018.