The City of Sheridan recently approved an easement agreement with TEAL Ponds LLC for a pathway alignment that will allow for the Southern Pathway Extension from Brundage Lane through the TEAL Ponds property to the campus of Sheridan College. City Project Manager Tom O'Leary.
O'Leary said that the City has the funds budgeted to make the pathway a soft surface, similar to the North Park pathway. O'Leary points out that the City still has access issues to deal with.
The City will continue to work with WYDOT and Sheridan College to hammer out crossing issues with Brundage Lane and Coffeen Avenue. The Southern Pathway Extension project will be paid for with optional one-cent and public benefit funds.