City Attorney Ben Kirven spoke to the city council concerning possible dog and/or pet restrictions in other public areas in the city, now that the council has decided Crazy Woman Square is a “dog-free” area.
Kirven also will draft a Resolution officially giving Police Chief Jason Carder some ability to operate on behalf of the city council, as they have allowed in the past.
He explained further.
In other council happenings, they discussed and voted in Mayor Randy Dyess as the city's voting representative to the Wyoming Association of Municipalities (or WAM).
City Clerk Julie Silbernagel was designated as the alternate in case the mayor is unable to attend a meeting.
Finally, the council passed Resolution No. 1377, officially adopting the updated Capital Improvements Plan (or CIP).
The five-year plan is used as a planning tool for city officials for large capital projects and equipment needs for the city.