Commission Considers Homeland Security Grants

The Sheridan County Commission meets next week.

During the meeting, commissioners will consider federal grants from Homeland Security for the coroner's office and law enforcement, a reappointment to the historic preservation commission and an agreement with RidgePoint Consulting, LLC, for project development and contract administration services.

The council is made up of five commissioners. Steve Maier sits as chairman, joined by Terry Cram, Mike Nickel, Tom Ringley and Robert Rolston. The group meets at the county courthouse in downtown Sheridan in the board room on the second floor. The meeting starts at 9 Tuesday morning, and is open to the public.

Included on the consent agenda which is expected to gain approval is the affirmation of an agreement with the Volunteers of America Northern Rockies division for a delinquency prevention grant for the juvenile justice office. As per the consent agenda, the commission is also expected to confirm a bond and oath for $100,000 for airport manager John Stopka.

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