Sheridan County Commissioners mirrored action taken by the Sheridan City Council this week and approved an adjusted service boundary for City sewer service. This was done at the same time they approved the intergovernmental agreement for the Sheridan Wastewater Treatment Facilities. County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger…
County property owners applying for septic permits in the service area must also go through the City permit process to determine whether the applicant will be required to hook up to the City’s central sewer service according to the agreement.
Commissioners received a preview of what the season looks like for the Weed and Pest Control District. Commission Chairman Steve Maier says it could be another busy year.
In other business, the Commission approved an amendment to the public works fee schedule to correct a typo in building permit fees. They also continued their process of cleaning up fire district boundaries by accepting 12 properties into the Sheridan Rural Fire Protection District and one property into the Story Fire Protection District.
Commissioners continue to meet at Sheridan College while the renovations continue at the courthouse.