CASPER, Wyo.– In its pre-meeting business session on Tuesday, the Casper City Council will discuss speed limits on Casper Mountain Road.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation recommended lowering speed limits on certain sections of the road and also encouraged the city to expand its jurisdiction over the road due to housing development in the area. City Council will not vote on any matters related to Casper Mountain Road on Tuesday.
At its regular meeting, City Council will consider an application by Steamboat Deli & Outlet for a new restaurant liquor license. There is no limit to the number of restaurant permits the city can issue.
Other items during the regular meeting include the first readings of an amendment to an ordinance granting a franchise to Mountain West Telephone for the construction and operation of a telecommunications service system as well as an amendment to the order to correct a scrivener error in the legal description of the trails. West Estates Subdivision No. 6.
City Council will also consider at third and final reading a vacation, landscaping and subdivision agreement and zoning change for Eagle Valley Addition No. 2.
Resolutions to be considered on Tuesday include a resolution authorizing sanitary sewer easements with West Center Hospitality RE, LLC for North Platte sanitary sewer rehabilitation, a vacation resolution and replacement of Lot 1D, Centennial Hills Village Business Park No. 3 to create Centennial Hills Village Business Park No. 4 and related subdivision agreement.
Details on regular meeting items are available in the Council working file:
Tuesday’s pre-meeting business session begins at 5:30 p.m., with the regular meeting scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 200 N. David St. The meeting can be streamed via the City of Casper: