During his recent visit on Public Pulse, Sheridan College president Paul Young responded to a question about the upcoming bond issue coming before voters on August 20th. I asked if there was a guarantee that, if passed, the funding would go towards the renovation and expansion of the technical education center and not some other project.
He says the rules and regulations of the state of Wyoming's construction management division would apply even though Sheridan County property owners would be footing the bill if it's voted into law.
Young says if the bond issue passes, the estimated monthly impact for Sheridan County property owners would be just over $2 per $100,000 of a home's market value. It will come before the voters in a special election on August 20th.
To listen to the full interview, click on the attachment below.