Planning Commission Approves Sheridan Links PUD Final Plat

Civil engineer for the project, Ryan Christensen with Ridgepoint Consulting, says the eighth hole of the golf course could remain in play in the foreseeable future
Civil engineer for the project, Ryan Christensen with Ridgepoint Consulting, says the eighth hole of the golf course could remain in play in the foreseeable future

At their meeting Monday, the Sheridan City Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the final plat of the Sheridan Links Planned Unit Development. The development spans nearly 58 acres and is located at the site of the former Sheridan Country Club, just southeast of West Fifth Street and Mydland Road.

Civil engineer for the project, Ryan Christensen with Ridgepoint Consulting, says the eighth hole of the golf course could remain in play in the foreseeable future.

Based on the final plat, between 25 and 26 percent of the development will be designated as open space - surpassing the City's requirements. The planning commission's recommendation for approval will be passed on to the Sheridan City Council at a later date.

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