Special election proposal shot down by Cheyenne voters to cost around $25K

The special election proposing the position of a new city administrator, was shot down by Cheyenne voters nearly 2-to-1, earlier this week. About 60 percent of Cheyenne's voters rejected the proposal of a reassignment of duties, and to rather keep the same Mayor-City Council form of city government. Mayor Rick Kaysen said the election will end up costing between $25,000 and $30,000 of the city's reserve funds, according to reports. #shortgo