Council Extends Emergency Ordinance

On March 27, the Sheridan City Council held a special meeting where they unanimously approved an emergency ordinance that allows local liquor stores, breweries, wineries and area liquor license holders affected by closures from COVID-19, to deliver malt beverages, wine and liquor to residences within the City. The Council, at their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night, once again approved Emergency Ordinance #2212, allowing for the delivery of alcohol within City limits. City Attorney Brendon Kerns said that by law, the Council must continue to consider the ordinance when they meet for their regular business meetings.

Brendon Kerns

Councilman Clint Beaver posed the question of how many times the emergency ordinance can be renewed or extended?

Brendon Kerns

The emergency ordinance will once again be considered by the Council at their next regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, April 20.

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I think this proves we can do this AFTER the crisis as well. See, delivering booze won’t end the world!


I think this kept the peace.