Cadillac Ranch has been one of Cheyenne's most popular bars since it opened in April 2012, but it hasn't been too popular with it's neighbors.
During Monday's city Finance Committee meeting to discuss the renewal of Cheyenne's liquor licenses, the Cadillac Ranch Bar became a topic of debate.
"The problem that you've got is that the location of that establishment, unless some kind of a parking district is taken care of as well as a sound barrier, those two areas right there, it's always going to be a problem," said William Overling, a neighbor of the Cadillac Ranch.
"I respect my neighbors. I love my neighbors and I want to be a good neighbor," said Kevin Beers, owner of the Cadillac Ranch.
This is the neighborhood that sits directly behind the Cadillac Ranch Bar and while their issues with the bar haven't been resolved yet, their complaints are not falling on deaf ears.
After the discussion about his bar, owner Kevin Beers and some of the neighbors had an impromptu meeting in the lobby to discuss a solution.
When we requested an interview with Mr. Beers and one of the neighbors they insisted they be interviewed together to show their commitment to work together on this issue.
"I think the first thing is that Mr. Beers has been very understanding of the situation and he has done anything that he can do to alleviate the problems that we've had," Overling said.
"What we intend to do is, we intend to try to get this sound barrier erected hopefully within the next 90 days barring any weather issues or material availability," Beers said.
The bigger issue is parking. Neighbors have complained about bar patrons parking illegally, making noise and committing acts of vandalism.
"The only people who can alleviate the big problem, which is the parking issue with the patrons and walking around the neighborhood is by some sort of a special parking district and I think that we have stressed that to the city council, both of us have," Overling said.
Finance Committee Chair Jim Brown says it might be tough to get on duty police there every night, but he sees another possible solution.
"If the owner of the Cadillac Ranch Bar want to continue to have off-duty police officers, they would be able to patrol that and do some good up there, so that's something I think we're going to pursue and it would be good for the neighborhood," Brown said.
The Finance Committee unanimously gave their approval to renew the liquor license of the Cadillac Ranch Bar and was satisfied with their ongoing efforts to resolve the complaints.
The Cadillac Ranch says they're fully committed to a resolution everybody is happy with.
"We're going to go above and beyond. Whatever it takes, we're going to get this resolved," Beers said.