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County Planner Takes New Job

December 6, 2013 State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
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Teton County’s Planner, Jeff Daugherty is moving on to another job.  After seven years with the county, Daugherty has resigned to lead First American Title Company’s operations in Jackson.  Teton County Commission Chairman Paul Vogelheim credits Daugherty’s leadership in the County Planning and Building Department as having been critical in the successful adoption of the award winning 2012 Jackson/Teton County Comprehensive Plan.  During Daugherty’s tenure the Department also prevailed in important legal issues; modernized the office by making documents web-based and accessible to the public and created the opportunity for electronic plan submittal and expanded on-line application and inspection services; and enhanced professional development opportunities for the Planning Commission and staff.  Most importantly, he worked to bridge the town and county’s planning efforts which will be instrumental in achieving the community’s future vision. Daugherty is to remain on the job through January.

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