After a nearly two hour public hearing, the Sheridan City Council gave their approval of the final plat and revised conceptual pan of the WYSTAR Recovery Campus Planned Unit Development II Monday night. Adjacent landowners Della Herbst and Jeff Fuller expressed concerns over losing secondary access to their property with the re-plat.
Herbst, Fuller and one other property owner who was not present at the meeting have been using a fire road that runs through the VOA campus as a means of secondary access. VOA would like the area to be as private as possible as it is now home to Lifehouse, their drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. City Planning Director Robert Briggs says that the vision of Volunteers of America Wyoming/Montana has changed since the original PUD was approved in 2005.
The re-plat creates 10 tracts and two out-lots on the 38 acres of property owned by VOA in south Sheridan that is accessed off of College Meadows Drive.