“I know that one of the most important things to us in Sheridan is our heritage, whether it’s the WYO Rodeo, downtown Main Street, everything,” McRae said. “The history of Sheridan is very important to the people of Sheridan, and doing something about this (locomotive)…could be a feather in Sheridan’s cap.”
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Those opposing the resolution expressed concern about how it could affect the “historic look” of downtown Sheridan, while those in favor said it was time to give the theater, and downtown as a whole, a new look.
Of the 353 property owners, only eight have not paid their fees in full, according to Kerns. Delinquent fees range from $49.44 to $5,135.64.
The agreement — in which the city will provide IMPACT 307 with $60,000 a year for the next two fiscal years, starting in July 2021 — puts into writing the city’s previously stipulated agreement to split the cost of the network of innovation-driven business incubators with Sheridan County.
The city of Sheridan currently has openings available on the Planning Commission and the Downtown Development Authority.
Under the agreement outlined during a March 8 city council meeting, collective bargaining will take place this year primarily in one day-long executive session of the city council.
Historically, fraternal groups like the Elks Lodge, Masons Lodge, Oddfellows and Big Horn Mountain Lodge have owned pieces of cemetery property. But as these fraternal orders experience a decline in membership, the city has to plan for what will happen when and if the orders dissolve,