The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved the Cloud Peak Ranch 18th filing minor subdivision Monday night. The applicant, System Land, LLC, requested to subdivide just under 11 acres into two lots, zoned R-3 residential.
At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved and signed a “Contract For Services” between themselves and the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and provided $5,000 to the chamber to help with costs associated with the upcoming Longmire Days celebration.
With a $25 million gift from Whitney Benefits, Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees hope to embark on multiple projects of renovation, expansion and new facilities over the next three years.
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