Bridgecreek PUD Receives Thumbs Up From Council

Sheridan City Councilman Ryan Mulholland
Sheridan City Councilman Ryan Mulholland

The final plat for the Bridgecreek Planned Unit Development was approved unanimously by the Sheridan City Council Monday night. Throughout the approval process there have been questions raised about the density of the project, along with snow removal and access issues.

Councilor Ryan Mulholland says that the Council was comfortable with the changes that were made to address the neighbors' concerns.

The Bridgecreek PUD is just north of Smith Street and west of Jefferson Street, and sits on 2.4 acres just east of Kendrick Park. There are a total of fourteen units -- one existing home that has been refurbished, and thirteen new units that will be built. Developer Paul Del Rossi said that they hope to begin work on the development in early July.

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Why is it no suprise that

Why is it no suprise that the mayor and city council will approve anything Whitney Benefits wants.Del Rossi doesn't even have a letter of intent to buy Bridgecreek let alone own it.He has one lot in bridgecreek,the rest is owned by whitney.