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As our essential energy industry enters a future of uncertainty, the Wyoming Legislature will determine how energetic the state’s future will become. Several energy bills will make it to the floor of the Wyoming Legislature during the 2021 session. Any one of them has the potential to determine the future of Wyoming’s energy production, whether…

There are several important local and state issues on the 2020 Election ballot – which could determine the funding available for the city, and county, and the world to know everything Cody has to offer. There are four ballot propositions Park County voters will be asked to give their vote for or against. 1. Constitutional…

Park County residents will vote on the Penny for Park County tax in the November election, where pennies on the dollar could mean millions to cover Cody’s deficits. One of the central issues in this year’s general election is the 1 percent optional general-purpose sales tax. If passed, would be used to pay for any…

If it passes, Cody’s sales tax will go right back into Cody. At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, City Administrator Barry Cook presented Resolution NO. 2020-17 – A Resolution Obligating One Percent General Purpose Tax for Essential Services and Capital Expenditures Only. The General Purpose 1% Sales and Use Tax is on the ballot for…


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