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City of Sheridan

The Sheridan City Council has asked a local engineering firm to create preliminary designs for upgrades to the city's pool.

Catherine Wheeler

Sheridan residents have voted to uphold the new law that seeks to update the responsibilities of the city administrator.

Catherine Wheeler

The Sheridan City Council has approved an emergency ordinance for a special election.

Catherine Wheeler

Mark Collins has been Sheridan's city administrator for three years, and his contract was set to expire at the end of November. The City Council offered Collins a year and a half extension, but he decided to leave the position.

Wyoming Department of Transportation

Sheridan's Main Street reconfiguration test was found to be successful from both the community and the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT). That's according to the results of both a community survey and data from WYDOT.

Catherine Wheeler

The Sheridan Main Street reconfiguration test will go on for three additional weeks as, the city looks at potentially reducing the number of lanes.

City of Sheridan

Sheridan's Main Street will look different to drivers starting Sunday afternoon. The city is testing the idea of changing the lanes on Main Street from its current four lanes.

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The Sheridan City Council approved forgiving the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center's debt to the city for its use of a historic downtown theater. The city has owned the building since the 1980s, but the WYO is responsible for maintaining and managing the property.

Catherine Wheeler

The Sheridan City Council approved a new ordinance that reaffirms the city administrator position. The ordinance arose out of the council's concerns about the division of responsibilities between the mayor and the city administrator.

Catherine Wheeler

Sheridan City Councilman Aaron Linden said the debate on city management isn't a new issue in town.

The conversation comes down to one question: Should a city administrator handle day-to-day operations so the mayor can focus on the bigger picture?

Bob Beck

The Sheridan City Council defeated a proposed charter ordinance at Monday's meeting that would have repealed the law establishing the city administrator position. The vote was 5-2; only Council President Clinton Beaver and Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller voted in support of repealing the existing law.