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Relinquishment of Grants and Liquor License Lottery on Council’s Agenda

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The Sheridan City Council will be considering a resolution at their regularly scheduled business meeting Monday night that would relinquish all of the grants that the City has acquired for the Malcolm Wallop Park Pond Project. City Engineer Hanns Mercer said the project was brought before the Council to award the contract to construct for a guaranteed price of $800,000 and the Council removed the item from consideration from the agenda at the December 20, 2021 Council meeting.

Hanns Mercer

If the resolution is approved, the total amount of the three grants that would be relinquished would be $340,000. The additional retail liquor license the City received due to a population increase that was reported in the 2020 Census will be awarded during the Council meeting in the form of a lottery, or blind draw between six applicants for the license. The Council meeting will take place at 7 pm Monday in Council Chambers on the third floor of Sheridan City Hall.

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    Mark Steingass

    April 16, 2022 at 8:35 am

    …if this project is scrapped it would be a lot of hard work down the drain…why give up now?…follow through with this worthwhile project…

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