Main Street Reconfiguration

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(Photo Ron Richter ©)
(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

In anticipation of the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s Main Street resurfacing project in 2023 in Sheridan, the City is taking a look at a Main Street reconfiguration test that would transform Main Street from it’s current four-lane configuration, into a two-lane configuration with a center turning lane. City Community Development Director Brian Craig and City Public Works Director Lane Thompson presented the Council with some preliminary information about the proposed test during Monday night’s meeting. Craig said the lane reconfiguration on Main would run from Dow to Works Street.

Craig said that they’ve been looking at two different options to be able to temporarily reconfigure Main Street.

Council took no action on the proposed lane configuration test, but Craig said that the proposal will be considered for approval by the Council at one of their June meetings. Other business from the Council meeting included approval of a resolution amending the City’s Public Records Request Policy and approval of second reading of an ordinance amending the City’s Tree Code. We’ll have more from the Council meeting for you in future stories.

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