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Fri December 26, 2003
Cheyenne Group Buys Disputed Land
Cheyenne, WY – An economic development group has bought 612 acres west of Cheyenne with plans to establish a business park. Cheyenne LEADS President Randy Bruns filed the deed on the Village West property Wednesday. The purchase price was not disclosed. Neighboring landowners have a lawsuit pending against the previous owner of the land. At issue was the 2001 annexation of a 111 acre parcel. Homeowners say the annexation would have brought their land under the city's regulatory control. That lawsuit is pending before the Wyoming Supreme Court. Bruns says Cheyenne LEADS will wait until the legal issues are settled before taking further action on the property.