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BOCC Regular Meeting Agenda - Tuesday, January 2, 2024, 9:00 a.m.

Regular Board Meeting Agenda

Sheridan County Courthouse Addition

224 S. Main St, Second Floor Board Room, #220

Tuesday, January 2, 2024, 9:00 a.m.


  1. Call to Order and Pledge.

  2. 2. Consent Agenda:

    1. Minutes from Staff Meeting, December 18, 2023;

    2. Minutes from Regular Meeting, December 19, 2023;

    3. Minutes from Staff Meeting, December 26, 2023;

    4. General County Warrants, December;

    5. General Airport Warrants, December.

  3. Consider Agenda.

  4. Announcements.

  5. Public Comments on Matters not on the Agenda.

  6. Nominate and Elect 2024 Chairman of the Sheridan Board of County Commissioners.

  7. Consider 2024 Commissioner Assignments.

  8. Consider Adopting Rules and Regulations Governing Leasing County-Owned Property at the Sheridan County Airport.

  9. Consider Item CU-23-002: Vineyard Cell Tower CUP.

  10. Consider Item CU-23-004: WYDOT Meade Creek Plant CUP.

  11. Consider 1% Optional Funding for the Big Horn Woman’s Club.

  12. Consider Resolution 24-01-001 Notice of Intent to Vacate a portion of 15th Street between Lot 1 of Block 80 and Lot 2 of Block 81 of the Downer Addition located within Sheridan County.

  13. Consider Resolution 24-01-002 Sheridan Area Rural Fire District Enlargement.

  14. Consider two (2) appointments to the Sheridan County Fair Board for two (2) separate 3-year terms, each beginning January 1, 2024, through January 3, 2027.

  15. Consider Letter of Support for the City of Sheridan – Northeast Transmission Main Extension 2023.

ADJOURN


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Next steps

For the up coming meeting the public has two options.

  • One, come to the meeting on the 2nd and address the BOCC directly as a citizen.

  • Two select an agenda item of interest, go to that section of the meeting packet for the available details. Then any concerns or questions can be left in the comments of this post or emailed to comms@scgop.us.


Quick Update - for those out of the loop:

Several agenda items were tabled in the last meeting - specifically items 8, 14, & 15. With the Holidays, it is debatable. How much of the additional "time to consider" and desired discussion was able to take place?


Most importantly have the concerns voiced by the public been adequately address?


Then there are these Items

  • 6. Nominate and Elect 2024 Chairman of the Sheridan Board of County Commissioners.

  • 7. Consider 2024 Commissioner Assignments.


These two items present the public with the option to direct some changes.

  • Item Six: Given that 4 of the 5 Commissioners are derelict in their duties to their constituents and; furthermore, the current chair has been openly questioned as to being a tyrant. Is not the only reasonable choice for County Commissioner Chair - Commissioner Holly Jennings?

  • Item Seven: Given the recent hijinks with the SAWSJPB. New blood seems mandatory. Is anyone aware of other examples of "below par" results from our Commissioner's work on boards that should be addressed at this time?


Remember that citizens working together can Course correct Our Electeds.


Hope to see ya all on the 2nd.





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Item 15 Consider Letter of Support for the City of Sheridan – Northeast Transmission Main Extension 2023.


Why is this on the agenda?


How many times does the pubic have to say it?


We don't want to dissolve SAWSJPB and we don't need a pipeline to nowhere!


The Citizens' priority is to ensure the current water system is well maintained and can ensure water availability for the Current Citizens of the County.


No means No!

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