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UW intern to help city determine fate of downtown lot

Oct 31, 2012 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

The Riverton City Council has recruited a University of Wyoming intern to determine the best use for the city's recently acquired property at 422 E. Main ...


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University of Wyoming student and City of Riverton intern Angela Cochran, center, met with members of the downtown business community to discuss options for the city's property at 422 E. Main St. Attitudes Salon owner Vicky Williams and Golden Buffalo owner Jerome Hutchison attended the meeting with other downtown merchants. Photo by Katie Roenigk

University of Wyoming student and City of Riverton intern Angela Cochran, center, met with members of the downtown business community to discuss options for the city's property at 422 E. Main St. Attitudes Salon owner Vicky Williams and Golden Buffalo owner Jerome Hutchison attended the meeting with other downtown merchants. Photo by Katie Roenigk


University of Wyoming student and City of Riverton intern Angela Cochran, center, met with members of the downtown business community to discuss options for the city's property at 422 E. Main St. Attitudes Salon owner Vicky Williams and Golden Buffalo owner Jerome Hutchison attended the meeting with other downtown merchants. Photo by Katie Roenigk

University of Wyoming student and City of Riverton intern Angela Cochran, center, met with members of the downtown business community to discuss options for the city's property at 422 E. Main St. Attitudes Salon owner Vicky Williams and Golden Buffalo owner Jerome Hutchison attended the meeting with other downtown merchants. Photo by Katie Roenigk

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