Worland City Council

The Worland City Council selected a new council member at Tuesday night’s regular meeting–hearing from three citizens representing Ward 3 in Worland. Caleb Vigil–Miranda Mickelson and Rico Flores were all in attendance at the meeting and gave short presentations to the council. All three have deep ties to the Worland community and Washakie County. During…

Dan Post–store manager for the Worland Maverick–was in attendance at Tuesday’s council meeting to address concerns raised by the council and local law enforcement about Adult Chillers. At August’s first council meeting–local law enforcement felt the way the cups would be sealed or closed would create an open container issue. Post assured the council that…

At Worland’s City Council meeting on Tuesday night–Worland Police Captain Zach Newton addressed the council members about Maverick’s proposed “adult chillers” alcoholic beverages. The city council had chosen to table the talk on the adult chillers during their meeting in late July. This tabling was to give time for local law enforcement to formulate and…

The Worland City Council met at the Worland Airport meeting room as part of their community meeting to highlight the airport and golf course facilities. At the meeting–multiple members of the public made requests of the council. First–Kathy Mercado–with King’s Carpet One–asked for permission to block off 8th Street from Big Horn to Robertson–while leaving…

The Washakie County Commissioners and Worland City Council will both meet in regular sessions today. The county commission will begin their agenda at 9:00 A.M at the Washakie County Courthouse. In addition to updates from departments across the county–the commissioners will also have members from WYDOT coming in at 11:00 A.M. to discuss the State…

The Worland City Council met Tuesday night for a regular meeting at City Hall. Mayor Jim Gill began the meeting with a moment of silence for Dennis Koch who passed away last week. Gill noted that Koch was a great councilman and will be dearly missed. The council had a short agenda–but one of the…

The Worland City Council designates a part of each meeting to any citizen’s concerns that may need to be addressed. At Tuesday’s meeting a Worland resident brought to the board’s attention the issue of unkempt yards and the storing of junk vehicles and other debris in public view. The issue the resident had was a…

HarvestFest comes to Worland each year in early-September and the event is looking to grow in it’s diverse vendors and activities. Steve Radabaugh with the Worland-Ten Sleep Chamber of Commerce was at Tuesday night’s Worland City Council meeting with information regarding the possibility of hosting a 3-on-3 basketball tournament during this year’s HarvestFest. Pepsi-Admiral Beverage…

The Worland City Council accepted a resignation at Tuesday night’s meeting at City Hall. Melissa Rivera–councilwoman for Ward 3–submitted a letter of resignation from the board as she has accepted a new job outside of town. The council voted to accept the resignation and as well declared a vacancy. Clerk-Treasurer Tracy Glanz will now publish…

The Worland City Council will open a public hearing on the 2019-2020 fiscal year budget at tonight’s meeting. The public is always welcome at local meetings unless an executive session is called for and approved by the council. Most executive sessions that take place are known ahead of time and listed on the agenda–which can…


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