Cheyenne voters may be deciding whether or not they want a city administrator when they head to the polls in November.

The Cheyenne City Council Monday night referred a charter ordinance establishing the position of city administrator to the Committee of the Whole.

Dale Steenbergen, President and C.E.O. of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, has been instrumental in trying to get the initiative on the ballot.

"I think it's an important initiative to have people discuss what's going on with development here," said Steenbergen.  "We have some issues that have popped up, so let's have the discussion.  Let people get together and chat about it and let's decide what we want the future of our community to look like."

Steenbergen says the most positive thing is that people actually have the discussion.

"The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and over again and expecting a different result, so let's talk about some different options," said Steenbergen.  "Let's talk about the future of this community, what we want to do, what we aspire to, what are dreams are ... and hopefully by the people talking about it, deciding what they want their future to look like, we can make this a better place to live for all of us."

The Committee of the Whole, which normally meets on Wednesdays, will meet next Tuesday, July 21, at 6:00 p.m. because city offices will be closed July 22 in observance of Cheyenne Day.