ERA to market SEEDA properties

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SHERIDAN — ERA Carroll Realty of Sheridan has been chosen to market property owned by the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board. ERA won the bid against four other realtors last month, and has developed a website tailored to marketing business properties, including those in the high-tech business park and commercial park.

The new site developed by ERA is There, information commonly found in a realty Multiple Listing Service database is coupled with area statistics business leaders would want to know, like property tax information and demographical data regarding a potential workforce.

A banner in the middle of the page touts “Prices Discounted for Jobs” and the page features rotating photos and testimonies of Sheridan’s entrepreneurial successes, including Kennon Products and Vacutech.

Also at Wednesday’s meeting,SEEDA members took decisive steps Wednesday morning to finalize the official withdrawal of Sheridan County School District 2 as a participating entity. Representatives from the remaining entities of SEEDA, the city of Sheridan and the Northern Wyoming Community College District, agreed to modify their agreement and by-laws of operation to accommodate the adjusted membership of the group.

In order to finalize the transaction, the individual entities will vote to adopt the change. The motion will then be sent to the state Attorney General for final approval.

Though SCSD2 will continue to work closely with the group in a consulting role to work toward expanding educational and economic opportunities in the local area, officials with the district have said the group does not function in a realm of immediate relevancy for Sheridan’s K-12.

By |March 20th, 2014|

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Tracee Davis joined the staff at The Sheridan Press in July of 2013. She covers business, energy and public safety. Tracee grew up in Kemmerer and has lived in several locations both in the U.S. and overseas. Her journalism training stems from her military service.