Sheridan City Council President Rich Bridger and City Public Works Director Lane Thompson were recently a guests on our news talk show Public Pulse, where they discussed the City’s recent code audit. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.
A little over a year ago, the Sheridan City Council approved a contract with Cascadia Partners, LLC, out of Portland, Oregon, in the amount of $29,200 to perform a code audit for the City. Council President Rich Bridger said that the impetus behind the code audit was to simplify the code and make it more user friendly to help promote attainable housing projects in Sheridan.
City Public Works Director Lane Thompson said that the code audit also addressed issues with parking and town-homes.
Thompson talked about some of the next steps in implementing recommendations from the code audit.
Thompson said that the City intends to do its fair share of public outreach on the matter before any type of zoning change is made, and that work on the changes would most likely begin this upcoming summer.