SEEDA Receives Proposals for Target Industries Study

SEEDA Receives Proposals for Target Industries Study

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority made the decision at their August meeting to extend the deadline on the request for qualifications for their career technical education and training study. Tuesday, during their board meeting, trustees acknowledged that they've received three proposals regarding the RFQ. SEEDA Administrator Robert Briggs.

The board discussed funding and scheduling options for the CTET study.

SEEDA also received a Sheridan Commercial Park construction update.

Briggs said that weather dependent, they are hoping to have the paving complete by the middle of November.

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