Officials With Several Sheridan Agencies Meet To Discuss Public Transportation

Representatives from RENEW, VOA, the Sheridan Senior Center Mini-Bus program and the Department of Workforce Services met in Sheridan Thursday to address concerns and possible solutions in regards to public transportation in the city. Workforce Services Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, Juan Duran, points out a concern with the current public transportation system in Sheridan.

At the conclusion of the meeting, it was agreed upon by everyone involved that putting together a community survey would be the best option.

Duran said that he will be working with Sheridan Mini-Bus Director Barb Daugherty in the coming weeks to put together the survey. Tentative plans are to hold another meeting after the results of the survey are collected.

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The only logical solution to

The only logical solution to this,would be for the taxpayer of sheridan to pay for an elevated train track to be run thoughout the city of sheridan.Of course we'll need at least 10 depots placed around town,the biggest depot being built on north main to further set the mood for north main revitalization.

Lets get a consultant on this for around $150k,it might as well be PB consultants,Melissa butcher seems to already be on the cities permanent payroll.

Let's just go with a new LEV

Let's just go with a new LEV train or a MARK VI monorail. Seems the federal goverment is giving out tax payers dollars for that in a few states... How about the tax dollars to fund the NAPA valley wine train in a round about way..

http://www.cnn.com/2010/US/01/28...

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