Hub on Smith Looks at Options for Brooks Street Property

Directors of The Hub on Smith are looking at options for use of the building they've acquired on Brooks Street. (Sheridan Media file photo)
Directors of The Hub on Smith are looking at options for use of the building they've acquired on Brooks Street. (Sheridan Media file photo)

Directors of The Hub on Smith Street continue to research options for use of property on Brooks Street that was given to The Hub earlier this summer.

Carmen Rideout, who's executive director of The Hub, said one use could be for a new facility for The Hub's Help at Home program.

Rideout said those plans were put on hold when The Hub's directors learned of the land exchange involving Seven Pillars Resources LLC, Sheridan College, the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority and Whitney Benefits.

Part of that exchange included the transfer of the Brooks Street property, currently the site of college's construction technology program, to The Hub.

Rideout said The Hub's board of directors has hired architect Thane McGelkey to create a master plan for the organization and all of its programs and services, and that plan will be shared with the public as it becomes finalized.

She said the site included two buildings, one of which has been torn down. The remaining building is scheduled to be torn down as well, she said.

She said while The Hub's directors are definitely considering the Brooks Street site for the new Help at Home facility, no decisions have been made at this time.

SheridanWyoming.com

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