Highland Park Rezone on Council's Agenda

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City of Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller (Photo Ron Richter ©)
City of Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan City Council at their meeting Monday night will be considering an ordinance that would allow for the Old Highland Park Elementary School property to be rezoned from R-1 Residence to R-3 Residence.

Last November, Sheridan County School District #2 sold the building and property for $825,000 to Jim Bede, through JFL Land Company of Sheridan. Bede is requesting the rezone to construct 14, two-bedroom apartments within the current building on Avon Street and to build 8 single-car garages and 21 carports on the east side of the building.

Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller says that he wants to hear what the nearby property owners have to say in regard to the rezone.

The Council will also be considering first reading of an ordinance that establishes regulations for mobile vendors within the City. The purchase of body worn cameras for the Police Department will also be considered for approval by the Council.

The meeting will get underway at 7pm in Council Chambers on the third floor of Sheridan City Hall. A live broadcast of the meeting will be available on AM-1410 KWYO.

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