Liquor License Transfer and Skijoring on Council’s Agenda

A transfer of ownership of a retail liquor license from Little Goose Liquor to 307 Horse Racing will be considered by the Sheridan City Council at their meeting Monday night. Prior to consideration of the license transfer, there will be a public hearing on the matter. The liquor license transfer was tabled by the Council at their last business meeting. Sheridan Mayor Rich Bridger.

Mayor Bridger


Another item that will be considered by the City Council is City Streets Division and Engineering Department assistance with the skijoring event that is planned for February 19 as part of the 2022 WYO Winter Rodeo.

Mayor Bridger


The Council meeting will take place Monday night at 7 in council chambers on the third floor of Sheridan City Hall.



2 Comments

  1. Just hold the skijoring at the fairgrounds. Ample parking, bleachers, bathrooms, use snow that is already there and not have to remove it, NOT HAVING TO CLOSE DOWN A MAIN AMBULANCE ROUTE. Not to mention, much cheaper.

    Is common sense gone with this council?

  2. Having the winter rodeo downtown make so much sense. So many people just blocks from Main Street makes for a great venue. If you want to take a break from the Skijoring walk to one of the local restaurants hit a shop or two and walk back. I am so glad to see it back and I am looking forward to attending both days.

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