Charter Ordinance, Fluoridation, Discussed at Council Study Session

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(Photo Ron Richter ©)
(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan City Council held their monthly study session Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

On April 20 of 2015, the Sheridan City Council approved third and final reading of Charter Ordinance #2158, establishing the position of City Administrator. Council President Clint Beaver presented the Council with a proposal that would essentially repeal the charter ordinance and remove the city administrator position.

The Council discussed a number of different options in regards to repealing the charter ordinance, however, nothing definitive was agreed upon by the Council, except the that the issue would be addressed once again in the near future. Also discussed was a proposed resolution that would authorize the implementation of a public opinion poll that would be mailed out to residents of Sheridan asking for their opinion on fluoridation of the City’s drinking water. That resolution is expected to be considered for approval by the Council at their next regularly scheduled meeting next Monday night. We’ll have more from the Council study session for you in future stories.

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