It seems the movers and shakers within the Wyoming small college community are all for promoting higher education in the Cowboy State.

They are, that is, until that promotion threatens their own institutions.

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In 1933 Sheridan County was third highest in property value. Many changes have happened in past century in Wyoming. If Community College Boards want to stop the residents of Campbell County from having control of Gillette Community College. Then the Legislature should assign the number of Trustees in accordance with population of the counties served by College Districts. I'm sure Campbell, and Johnson county voter's can provide Trustee's to represent the needs of all the Residents in NWCCD. Colonists went fought Great Britton over Taxation without representation.

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