Bighorn National Forest managers and members of the Forest Plan Steering Committee will tour three locations in the Powder River District Thursday for the annual forest plan monitoring and evaluation field trip.
Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett, during her report to the council, told them she had been approached by a group looking to develop 190 acres of property north of the Greenleaf Subdivision and between the two Interstate Highways.
The City of Sheridan's parking requirements were added to the City's zoning ordinance in 1974. Since that time, there have been no changes to the parking requirements, prompting city staff to draft an ordinance that revises the regulations for off street parking regarding future development.
While much of the attention was given to the Republican nomination for Wyoming Governor leading up to the recent Primary Election, Democratic Candidate Pete Gosar quietly moved on to the General Election in November, as he ran unopposed for the Democratic ticket.
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