Sheridan City Council expects to consider an ordinance that would change city zoning regulations and building codes that a consultant identified as potentially contributing to housing prices in the city during its regular meeting next week.
Sheridan City Council considered several different options for repairing the historic locomotive in Rotary Park during a study session Monday.
Progress on a planned skilled veteran’s nursing facility is proceeding on schedule, Wyoming Veteran’s Commission Executive Director Tim Sheppard told the state Legislature’s Joint Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Committee Thursday.
New technology has improved the efficiency and accuracy of Sheridan’s sewer maintenance program, according to City Utilities Director Dan Roberts, and could lead to a more targeted approach to cleaning the city’s sewer pipes.
Sheridan city staff confirmed a public petition challenging a charter ordinance that revises the duties of Sheridan’s city administrator role was valid, and Sheridan City Council passed an emergency ordinance scheduling a special election on the contested ordinance for Nov. 5 during a regular council meeting Monday.
Sheridan City Council heard the results of a city building code audit last week, a report that could result in changes to city policies regarding housing construction in a city effort to facilitate the construction of more diverse housing options in the community.