Last December, representatives from Sheridan County School District #2 informed the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board that they'd like to withdraw from the board. At their March 19th meeting, SEEDA signed off on the withdrawal, needing only the other governing bodies that make up the joint powers board to do the same. Aside from the School District, SEEDA is made up of representatives from the City of Sheridan and the Northern Wyoming Community College District.
The City was the last piece of the puzzle, as the School District's withdrawal was approved as part of the consent agenda at Monday night's City Council meeting. SEEDA Administrator Robert Briggs says that they'll still function as a joint powers board despite the withdrawal from the school district.
Briggs added that before the withdrawal becomes official, it has to be approved by the Wyoming Attorney General.