The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board is still pondering what to do about the Administrator position. The Board agreed to form a sub-committee that will work on the County's proposal that was brought forth last month. SAWS Board Member Steve Maier is on that sub-committee and he feels confident that they'll get things ironed out in the next month.
Under the current proposal, SAWS would save over $53,000 annually.
The County's proposal would assign the administrative responsibilities of SAWS to County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger, who would be assisted by the SAWS Project Manager, which would be a new position. The Project Manager would perform the day-to-day SAWS administrative responsibilities.