Sheridan County Commission Takes Action on Several Agenda Items

It took an hour the the Sheridan County Commission Tuesday to click through a 17-item agenda, passing everything they considered. A February 26, 2010 Circuit Court date has been set for James and Katie Swaney on an order setting an access hearing date for their application for a private road.

Commissioners considered S-09-010M: Kruse Creek Minor Subdivision upon recommendation of the Sheridan County Planning Commission, contingent upon five amendments. The 23-acre property, owned by Brent and Jeannie Brooks, will be subdivided into four lots.

The amendments to be made are that building permits and inspections shall be required; the applicants shall submit a certified check in the amount of $6,000 to Sheridan County prior to the County entering into the subdivision agreement; prior to recording the plat, the applicants shall enter into the Sheridan County Subdivision Agreement provided by the County; the applicant shall record the subdivision agreement with the plat in the Sheridan County Clerk's office; and the plat is to show that the four lots cannot be further subdivided in the future.

Commissioners also considered renewal of several mobile home parks agreements in Sheridan County for the coming year; they considered enlargement petitions to the Clearmont, Big Horn and Story Rural Fire Protection Districts.

Also passing: a Sub-recipient agreement with the Office of State Lands & Investments Forestry Division for fuel mitigation projects in an amount not to exceed $137,000. Commissioners awarded the demolition project bid to Wyoming Demolition in the amount of $9,000 to demo and remove the old Kentucky Fried Chicken building and smaller buildings and shrubbery on that property, which the County owns, on North Main Street.

Commissioners considered entering into an agreement with former Sheriff's Deputy Ryan Mulholland to do Information Technology support services for the County between November 17th, 2009 and June 30th, 2010. And Commissioners considered Wyoming Retirement System documentation for general County and law enforcement employees. These last two items were a formality only.

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