High-tech business park phase two – Sheridan Media

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority is seeking funding for the High-Tech Business Park Phase Two in north Sheridan. SEEDA Administrator Robert Briggs presented details of the project during a Sheridan City Council study session Monday evening. According to Briggs, SEEDA secured funding for a planning grant from the Wyoming Business Council for a feasibility assessment that assessed several large parcels for their practical viability in developing the technology park expansion. Briggs said the SEEDA board has selected a site on Yellowtail Drive north of the current High-Tech Business Park as the preferred location for the next phase of the business park, based on a proposal from the current property owner.

SEEDA is asking the city for a resolution of support regarding their grant application to the Wyoming Business Council for the project.

Briggs said if the relief resolutions are approved by all the entities that make up SEEDA, they will submit the grant application to the Wyoming Business Council by June 1.

Briggs said the Wyoming Business Council would consider the grant application at their September meeting and, if approved, would then present the grant application to the SLIB board at their October meeting.