Last week, the Sonoran Institute brought a presentation to Sheridan titled: the Value of Downtown. Essentially, the idea of the presentation was that building dense downtown areas will return the most tax revenue to the city.
In Sheridan, one possible drawback to this idea would be the issue of parking. The availability of more parking downtown would be one prohibitive issue to this type of development.
Also, city requirements that say property owners must provide parking could limit financially those wanting to expand downtown.
This week's Bank of Sheridan/sheridanmedia.com Poll Question is: Should the City of Sheridan reduce or eliminate parking requirements for property owners?
Let us know what you think, go online and feel free to post appropriate comments. Then, be sure to tune in to our Jackson Electric Open Line at 9 am this Friday on 930 KROE.