Mayor, Councilman, Weigh In on Main Street Test

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

The Main Street reconfiguration test in downtown Sheridan has been well received by the public, as on online survey that was conducted recently on the test yielded an over 60 percent positive response rate on the 3-lane configuration.

Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller, while a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, commented on the possibility of the configuration becoming permanent.

City Councilman Aaron Linden was one of two councilors that voted against the test when it was approved by the Council in June by a vote of 5 to 2. Linden says that it wasn’t necessarily the 3-lane configuration that prompted his no vote.

Linden said that there are two driving factors that will play into his decision on whether the configuration should be permanent or not.

The City has scheduled a public meeting to gather feedback on the test for next Tuesday night at the hospital conference room on Gould Street in downtown Sheridan. We’ll have more details on that meeting for you in a future story.

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