Covering a wide array of topics, Albany County Commissioner Pete Gosar was a recent guest on our morning radio show.

In the video above, Commissioner Gosar addressed the recent approval of the $1.6 million to revamp the north side of the county courthouse with host David Settle during the “Laramie Live on KOWB” radio morning show. It is supposed to provide an easier access point and improved pathways for the public, while also creating a secure entry point.

Gosar went on to talk about the upcoming conversations surrounding the county’s budget, an opportunity to look at a cross-section of the aquifer on the east side of town, and how that correlates to the Pilot Hill Project.

The commissioner also discussed zoning issues, a recent ACoPP presentation to the county commissioners, looking at the future of improving broadband access around the county and the impact on the local economy. Gosar went on to ask for more public involvement and feedback. He always would like to hear from county residents. Host David Settle asked Commissioner Gosar about his take on whether there should be three or five county commissioners within Albany County and also about his first five months on the job.

The Albany County Commissioners contact information is available to the public on the commission’s webpage.