Merlin and Lori Zowada have been working since 2006 to have a private road established to access their business. The road he used previously went through property that belonged to Mullinax Construction, and with no easement in place the Zowadas were essentially cut off from their business.
The Zowadas ultimately took their case to the Wyoming Supreme Court, who sent the issue back to the Sheridan County Board of Commissioners for the issue to be vetted more thoroughly. The Commissioners reached a new decision three months ago that would allow for the Zowadas to pay to build a private road to their business, but the project has been stagnant ever since. Merlin Zowada approached the Commissioners again this week in hopes of getting the project underway.
Zowada pointed out he hasn't been on his property in four years because he's been waiting for a resolution to this legal situation. He's now waiting to get the paperwork in order for him to begin construction of his road.
None of the commissioners made an immediate response to Zowada's complaint.