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Sheridan Commission Approves Fee Waiver for City

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Sheridan County’s Commissioners considered a request by the City off Sheridan to waive fees associated with the city’s Northeast Transmission Main Extension Project.

During the commission’s regular meeting this week, County Engineer Ken Muller explained the reason for the request for the fee waiver.

Commissioner Christi Haswell said because the commission had sent a letter of support for the project and that it aligns with the Comprehensive Plan, she said it makes sense to be a good partner and waive the fees.

Commissioner Holly Jennings said although she didn’t agree with the timing of the project, she would support it.

Commissioner Lonnie Wright agreed with Jennings.

The commission voted to approve the waiver of county fees for the project.



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    Dennis Fox

    March 22, 2024 at 1:11 pm

    The Four commissioners Failed to do their job on 29 Aug,2023. They Failed to select one out of the three party nominees. They Forced a Judge to do their job.
    The “Failed Four” (Chris, Nikki, Wrong and Ringer) will forever by known as the ones who broke the Law and their Oath of office.
    They violated the Sacred Public Trust and that is un-forgivable….unless they admit their failure and ask for forgiveness….then maybe.
    There are hundreds, if not thousands, of Sheridan County citizens and voters who know the truth and they will insure the Failed Four will be driven from office. The liberal “elite’s” monopoly hold on the commission, is over.

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      Michael Johnson

      April 8, 2024 at 9:15 am

      Are these “hundreds, if not thousands” of citizens part of your educated PoliSci poll? Might want to clarify with + – probability factor.

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