Variance for town property causes council headaches


May 6, 2021

Gillette resident Jamie Riddle and family addressed the Moorcroft Council last Monday night to request “splitting the address” for the property they recently bought from former Mayor Steve Sproul on South Little Horn Avenue.

“I went to the post office and they said I had to come here to get permission to split the address into “A” and “B” for the building versus the apartment,” said Riddle.

This statement was received with silence as the governing body digested the larger issue: the necessity of either permitting or denying a variance allowing the construction of a residence...

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