The Sheridan City Council spent most of Monday night's meeting hearing from the various applicants for the two available bar and grill licenses that the City currently has. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on what transpired.
After hearing presentations from the applicants, minus Royal Restaurants, who did not have anyone in attendance, the Council awarded one of the licenses to Crowbo LLC. Crowbo's intentions are to purchase the Bino's Grocery building and renovate it to accommodate a gourmet pizzeria that would also offer pasta specials on Friday and Saturday nights. One half of Crowbo LLC, Brock Boedecker stated to the Council that their goal is to be up and running by September 1st of this year.
While none of the other four applicants were awarded a license, Councilman John Heath did make a motion that their requests be tabled.
The other applicants were Chad Franklin with P.O. News/Flagstaff Cafe, Wyoming Brewing Company, Sanford's Grub and Pub and Royal Restaurants LLC. The Council will hear from the applicants again at their April 19th meeting. Council also tabled proposed fee increases for Kendrick Municipal Golf Course and Mayor Dave Kinskey swore in new Police Chief Richard Adriaens.