By: Luke Matheson

The Sheridan City Council voted unanimously to rezone a 66.77-acre parcel of property in the Industrial Park property located northwest of Walker Drive from Industrial to R-2 (Residential) Tuesday night at the Sheridan Community Center.

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Sheridan Mayor Joe Wise, Jr. spoke with DeltaplexNews.com about the decision to rezone the property.

The decision was made after an additional 50-acre parcel was purchased along the US 167 bypass that city officials believe will be better suited for industrial businesses.

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Additionally, the council adopted a resolution to finalize the Grant County Hazard Mitigation Plan, which is required to be adopted by the City of Sheridan in addition to all other towns within Grant County. The resolution will allow participating jurisdictions to develop a strategy known as the Grant County HMP to improve disaster resistance in the planning area. The resolution is required for the jurisdictions to receive pre-disaster and post-disaster federal funding.

In other news, Mayor Joe Wise, Jr. stated that the city has received the first of two payments from the American Recovery Act in the amount of $509,264.61. The city received the deposit on July 27, 2021.

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The Sheridan City Council voted unanimously to rezone a 66.77-acre parcel of property in the Industrial Park property located northwest of Walker Drive from Industrial to R-2 (Residential) Tuesday night at the Sheridan Community Center.