Cody City Council
Liz Kampa-Weatherwax, purchasing agent for the city of Billings, is one of four finalists for the Cody, Wyo., city administrator position.
CODY, Wyo. — The Cody City Council is holding a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Cody Club Room at 1240 Beck Ave. This meeting will update the public on the Master Plan as well as answer questions and receive comments on the plan.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Several tons of heavy equipment rumbled to life at the East Gate of Yellowstone National Park on Monday, as workers began what is expected to be a monthlong effort to remove snow on the road between the park’s eastern boundary and Fishing Bridge.
CODY, Wyo. — Six applicants vying for one liquor license became four Tuesday night after one business dropped out of contention and another failed to pitch its plan at a public hearing that lasted nearly three hours.
CODY, Wyo. — A proposal to transfer a liquor license to a Walmart is stirring up strong feelings on the radio waves in Cody.
CODY, Wyo. - The Cody City Council is looking at banning a mood altering intoxicating substance known as spice.
CODY — City Council members discussed Thursday a number of steps they are likely to take to balance the city’s budget for the next fiscal year, including suspending employee merit pay increases, raising franchise fees, boosting fees at the Cody Rec Center and drawing from cash reserves.
CODY — City Council members on Tuesday voted to implement a new hiring policy requiring their approval before adding or replacing any permanent full-time or part-time workers, based on concerns about sales tax revenue shortfalls.
CODY, Wyo. — The Cody City Council voted unanimously on Monday to approve a $3 million state grant application to cover land acquisition and building construction costs for Eleutian Technology, an online language instruction company.
CODY, Wyo. - The City Council voted on Tuesday to allow hunting on 138 acres of undeveloped public land annexed into the city last year, but it has delayed a final decision on which kinds of guns may be used there.
CODY - A plan to convert a section of 12th Street into a public plaza has been postponed because of a lack of funds. Meanwhile, most neighboring business owners say the proposed design should be reconsidered or abandoned.
The Cody City Council voted Tuesday to approve a $777,600 state grant application by Forward Cody to buy a vacant industrial building for use as an inducement in luring new businesses, or as an "incubator" for growing companies.
CODY - The City Council is considering two very different proposals for changes in the use of public land in the city.
CODY - Members of the City Council decided in a work session Thursday to begin using city e-mail accounts for communicating about public matters and conducting official business.
CODY - A recent grant application by a City Council member has raised questions about how the use of personal e-mail accounts by elected officials could blur the line between private affairs and public business.
CODY - The Cody City Council will meet later this month to choose a new member to fill the seat being vacated by incoming Mayor Nancy Tia Brown, who was elected to a four-year term representing Ward 3 in 2007.