Sheridan County hosted the last of three public events Tuesday regarding code alternatives for riparian management within the County. The open house began with a discussion on the two options that have come to the forefront following public input from the last two workshops and from online input. Consultant Cameron Gloss with AECOM says that the variable buffer option is the one that they are leaning toward.
One of the main objectives of amending the County's rules and regulations to include riparian management is to preserve water quality in Sheridan County. Gloss said that the County Commissioners will be entertaining public comment through a formal public hearing process over the next couple of months.