Brundage Lane has construction projects in three separate locations. The furthest west is the joint City of Sheridan/Sheridan County reconstruction of the street from the Airport to Big Horn Avenue. The original plan included asphalt covering the street. Lower construction costs and overall durability caused the City and County to change the project and use concrete. The properties of pouring concrete have altered the planned working times according to City Senior Project Manager Lane Thompson. The early morning and late night hours are disturbing some area residents. Limiting the construction to hours between 7AM and 8PM could delay the project considerably and cost more than $160,000. The Council did not take any action last night but they did ask residents to meet with the City and attempt to find a solution to the problem that will not delay the project.
The Council has officially begun the process of replacing Councilor Scott Severs who attended his final Council meeting last night.
The Council hopes to be able to make a decision on the new councilor by the time of the first regular meeting in August.