Archive - Sep 19, 2017 - News

District 1 Trustees Approve Budget Amendments

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees approved seven budget amendments in their meeting Tuesday night.

Lawmakers Skip Revenue Meeting for Phoenix Convention

Posted in Three lawmakers on the Joint Revenue Committee missed a committee meeting about new options for the state’s fiscal situation in Buffalo in order to attend a convention on changing the U.S. Constitution in Phoenix last week.

Commissioners Set Hearing on Proposed Zoning Change

A public hearing has been set for Nov. 7 for Sheridan County commissioners to take comments on a proposed zoning change that would reduce property setback requirements in some residential areas in the county.

Acme Report Presented at Ag Committee Meeting

A brownfields workshop and a community meeting on the former Acme Power Plant site were both held in August and were well attended, according to Carrie Rogaczewski.

Final 3rd Thursday Street Festival This Week

A large portion of Sheridan’s Historic Main Street will be closed down on Thursday for one final time as the last 3rd Thursday Street Festival will take place.

New AIS Regulation Added

Due to the appearance of non native aquatic species in waters across the country, states like Montana and Wyoming have developed Aquatic Invasive Species, or AIS Regulations.

City of Sheridan Fire Services Study Planned

The City of Sheridan is currently planning a Fire Services Study for Sheridan Fire and Rescue.

Council Listens to Comments on Non-Discrimination Resolution

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Nearly 20 citizens spoke before the Sheridan City Council Monday night during the public comment portion of the meeting.

MDU Franchise Agreement and Bar and Grill License Fee Structure Approved

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Two items under old business that were considered by the Sheridan City Council Monday night were also up for third and final reading. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Administrator Provides Sales and Use Tax Update

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The sales and use tax numbers for the month of July were made available to the Sheridan City Council at their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night.