At their monthly meeting Wednesday, the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board unanimously agreed to move forward with the Twin Lakes Wetlands Mitigation Project and authorized sending a letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The term shovel ready goes hand in hand with economic development, as it applies to the readiness of a community to bring in outside businesses. Not all municipalities that claim to be “shovel ready” are, which is something the City of Sheridan is taking steps to try and avoid.
Thursday's Sheridan City Council budget work session centered around the City's Fleet Replacement Plan and Capital Improvement Plan. The Capital Improvement Plan is used to budget, plan and construct the City's projects.
Three local organizations who serve developmentally disabled adults will get together Friday in Kendrick Park in Sheridan for the first Unity in the Community event. Easter Seals, Eagle Ridge and RENEW have teamed up under the name Unity, to help bring unity among their clients and the community.