WEATHER FROM OUR SPONSORS
The city of Sheridan recently proposed a sidewalk project on the east side of Pima Drive. Upon contacting the affected neighbors, I found that more than 80 percent of them (including myself) were against the project.
After reading an article in The Press, in which our city engineer Lane Thompson was reported as not wanting to complete a neighborhood project and later hear that the residents didn’t want it, I contacted him.
He and his staff listened to us and he has told me that we will not have the sidewalk built.
All of us have high praise to bestow upon Thompson, his staff, and as a representative of Sheridan, the city too. We are very thankful that we live in a town with such responsive and responsible people in our city government.
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