Developer Asks City Council to Reconsider Rezone Request

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Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow
Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow

The last time the Sheridan City Council met for their regular meeting two weeks ago on April 4th, it was just after midnight Tuesday morning when the Council adjourned.

While tonight's meeting most likely won't last anywhere near five hours, there is an issue from last meeting that will once again be addressed.

Developer Steve Grimshaw is asking the Council to reconsider their position on the Quail Ridge rezone request that was denied by the Council on first reading. Council President John Bigelow.

Grimshaw had requested the Council to rezone just over 3 acres of land north of the Quail Ridge Drive and Covey Run Road intersection. The rezone would have allowed him to build a 3-story 54-unit independent senior living complex that would sit just east of the Green House cottages.

The Council will also receive an update from Utilities Manager Dan Roberts on the Sheridan Supplemental Supply Study, which was a study that was conducted to project future water supply and storage needs for Sheridan and the surrounding area.

Tonight's Sheridan City Council meeting is at 7 o'clock in Council Chambers on the 3rd floor of City Hall. The meeting will also be broadcast live on AM 1410 KWYO.

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