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. City Engineer Lane Thompson outlined some of the capital projects from this past fiscal year and some that are in the works for the upcoming fiscal year.
The City develops the Capital Improvement Plan for 5 years, but only budgets for projects on a 2-year cycle. Thompson stated that they are continuously looking for grant money to help fund the CIP.
Thompson said that the roto-mill and overlay that is done to dilapidated streets costs around $1 million annually.