The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board met briefly Wednesday night to approve a revamp of budgetary considerations for improvements needed in the Sheridan area's water treatment plants. County Public Works Director and SAWS administrator, Rod Liesinger, explains what happened.
Directives dictate the treatments plants must be updated by October of this year.
The board also later agreed to use reserve funds from the 20-inch Watermain debt to fully pay off two other loans in order to save nearly $1 million in interest over the course of the loans. The measure must now be passed to the County Commissioners for their approval.