Liquor License Resolution Tabled

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(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)

At their October 6 meeting, the Sheridan City Council voted unanimously to not consider two applications for the city's last retail liquor license. The council did however direct staff to draft a resolution establishing criteria for those applying for that last retail license and for any future applications if and when the city receives additional retail liquor licenses from the state.

The resolution was presented to the council Monday night by Chief of Staff Richard Adriaens. While the council agreed that it was a good starting point, the resolution was tabled so that it can be worked on further in the next couple of weeks. Councilman Alex Lee on why he wasn't ready to adopt the resolution just yet.

In other business, the council approved an application for renewal of a Bar and Grill License to Open Range Bar and Grill at 856 Broadway Street, which is the Sheridan Inn. A cooperative agreement with Sheridan County to update the Joint Planning Area Land Use Plan was approved, and new Junior Councilor Maya Gilmore was sworn in. There were also staff presentations on the city's snow removal plan for this upcoming winter and the different types of liquor licenses that are issued within the city.

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