Northbrook Trustees Back Controversial Sober Living Home
Northbrook Village Board members recently expressed support, in often-moving terms, for zoning-code changes needed to open a controversial sober living home in a wealthy party of town.
Officials said a vote won’t come until Feb. 28 at the earliest, but six of seven board members made it clear they supported the Providence Farm locating on a 2.4-acre parcel at 1620 Sunset Ridge Road, and the required zoning code changes that would allow up to 10 men who had made it through a rehab stint to live there at one time, along with one staff member. Currently, only six people can live in such a home in Northbrook.
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