Fairboard Discusses Road Reconstruction and Cat Experts

Trust Me...I look better when this is all done
Trust Me...I look better when this is all done

The Sheridan County Fair Board decided to deviate from the path outlined by the master reconstruction plan, by voting during their regular meeting Thursday night to approve a temporary road redesign. Board Director Sharon Nadeau

Though the exact cost for building this road was not known, several board members expected it to be in the 15-thousand dollar range. Board Chair Bill White

He says the goal is to slow the traffic going through the fairgrounds.

Maintenance Supervisor, J.W. Phillips also brought a proposal to the board, requesting to change the “chain of command.” The change he requested would make the Fair Manager, a position held by Sharon Nadeau, and the Maintenance Supervisor equal positions, though each would be in charge of different staff members and types of positions. Phillips explains why he brought this proposal to the board

The board chose not to take any action on his proposal at the time. Several board members said it wasn't clear exactly what the problem was and how Phillips' proposal would address these issues. Nadeau says she wasn't quite sure what to think of his proposal

4-H Extension Office representative, Alison Flynn, also updated the board on fair preparations for the summer. She said things were on schedule, but they were still looking for a cat judge, so if anyone knows a cat expert, to please let her know.


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