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Mr. Chavez and Mr. Crisp both have run before.The situation is different in Ward 3. Incumbent Georgia Broyles is stepping aside, leaving a vacancy both in experience and in the pro-growth coalition that once led the council. In recent years, that group's influence has waned as the council has chosen to major on minors.Unfortunately, none of Ms. Broyles' would-be replacements appear ready to fill the void she will leave. In the end, we chose to recommend James Seaton. We did so not because we are enthusiastic about his candidacy; rather, we believe neither of his two opponents - Richard Johnson and Perry Martin - will serve Ward 3 or the city of Cheyenne well.There is no race in Ward 2 as no one stepped up to challenge incumbent Councilman Dr. Mark Rinne. He is seeking his fifth term on the council, split over separate tenures of service - from 1989-97 and from 2007 to the present.We continue to wait on Dr. Rinne to provide vision and leadership for the City Council. But we are not holding our breath until that happens. Ward 1 Speaking of vision, Scott Roybal represents the kind of thinking that has been missing on the council since ex-Mayor Jack Spiker and Councilmen Tom Segrave and Patrick Collins stepped down.For the past four years, the council - whose leadership has included Sean Allen - has been bogged down in the nuts and bolts of government, drilling down on such things as the budget, sanitation rates and election signs. No doubt, that is important work, but it also fails to inspire.Cheyenne needs someone who can help the council step back from the trees and see the forest. That person is Mr. Roybal. It is important to note that Mr. Roybal is no novice. He served on the council from 1997-2001, so he knows how things work.Two things stood out for us in his interview.First was the candidate's assertion that Cheyenne needs to "get back to being a city that wants people." By that he meant that it should be looking outside of itself - rather than simply focusing on internal process - and investing in itself through amenities and other items that make it attractive to those on the outside.Secondly, Mr. Roybal said he wants to focus on the city's "underutilized assets." For example, he said it is time to begin developing the Belvoir property for recreation for the people of Cheyenne, and we couldn't agree more. Indeed, its under-use - a master plan for the ranch is lying on a shelf somewhere in City Hall - is a perfect example of the lack of vision from the current council as well as from Mayor Rick Kaysen.On other issues, Mr. Roybal was the only candidate who said it is time to re-open the discussion on replacing the mayor with a city manager. He rightly points out that a modern city the size of Cheyenne should be managed by a trained and experienced professional, not a politician who may, or may not, have the skills needed to do the work.And like most people running for City Council, Mr. Roybal is worried about the delays at the Planning Department. His solutions would be to: 1 - pull Planning and Development apart: Like many others, he sees them as separate functions that should not be influencing one another; 2 - move toward a one-stop shop for permits; and 3 - end the use of multiple inspections, which alter work on construction projects numerous times, often in opposite directions.One point of concern for us is Mr. Roybal's opposition to rate hikes for trash. That is a great campaign slogan, but it fails to recognize the costs to develop the city's landfill. That is going to cost something; we do agree a 45 percent increase over five years is too much.While Mr. Roybal is big on vision, Mr. Allen chooses to focus on details. He says he has worked successfully at getting the council more involved in the budgeting process and straightening out the details on sanitation rates. But when he says his goals are fixing those garbage rates and straightening out problems with city code, he elicits a big yawn. Does he have any vision at all?Even when Mr. Allen talks about working to improve downtown, he is focused on "fixing the structure" of the Downtown Development Authority. What does Cheyenne's central business look like in 20 years in Mr. Allen's mind? He never says.Perhaps the incumbent's only proposal for the future would be to break apart a previously proposed recreation center and site different pieces around town. He admits that would harm the project's synergy - it most certainly would make it more costly - but he adds that might be more politically palatable. There he goes again: Rather than selling a vision, he is looking at the nuts and bolts.Once a ball of vision and energy, Glen Chavez has joined the anti-everything crowd.He opposes PlanCheyenne (he would get rid of it); the Downtown Development Authority ("when are they going to produce results?"); the use of consultants (he would limit contracts to one per firm every five years); any effort to increase funding for streets ("the money is there"); and all rate hikes, including those that would be used to maintain and upgrade the systems of departments providing various services to the public.He is offering no big ideas for the city - his one proposal is to enclose the pool in south Cheyenne - though he would like to see a more robust downtown. Mr. Chavez should get credit for his community involvement, such as the Thanksgiving dinner that he hosts every year for troops.Greg Crisp continues to evolve as a candidate. He has become more thoughtful on the issues - for example, he once opposed subsidies for public facilities; now he favors them - and he has worked with City Hall on several projects, including upgrading sidewalks along South Greeley Highway.The candidate is focused on moving the landfill along, and he favors an added tax, perhaps part of a seventh penny of sales tax, for streets. That latter idea might not be popular, but it is realistic, given budget pressures and rising costs of street work.On the other hand, Mr. Crisp is unhappy with PlanCheyenne, saying he would like to make it more flexible. We agree with that, but when the candidate goes further, talking about making "major amendments" to the planning document, our concern grows. A modern city needs a plan. Tearing it apart piecemeal is not a good approach.Regardless, in this race we recommend Scott Roybal. The council needs a dose of vision. He will provide it. Ward 3 It is disappointing to have to pick a candidate not based on who is best for the job but rather on who is tops among a pack of unprepared candidates. Yet that is what we were forced to do in this race.Perhaps the best that can be said about James Seaton, a former contractor in Iraq, is that he supports the Downtown Development Authority's efforts, saying it is important to do the work to grow the central business district. He also would support an extra penny of sales tax for streets, and he likes the use of public funds for economic development.On the other hand, Mr. Seaton is not a fan of the Greenway and he opposes bike lanes. He also has no ideas for additional amenities, chanting the mantra that the city should focus on needs, not wants. He clearly has not thought through the obvious contradiction of opposing these sorts of items while wanting to grow the economy and attract people to the city. In 2014, you cannot have one without the other.Richard Johnson was one of the key players in the creation of the skate park near Cheyenne's East High. He didn't appear to have thought much about the broader issues facing the city.Perhaps where Mr. Johnson could help the City Council is in the area of attracting young professionals. He said, for example, that the city needs to work at attracting retail and entertainment, putting in more walking and biking paths and creating bike trails. Of all the candidates in these two races, he is the only one who gets it: to grow Cheyenne forward and attract young people who will keep our community vital will require a change in mindset.On other issues, Mr. Johnson would support an added sales tax for streets, but he was opposed to the previous proposal for a recreation center. 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