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Latest Version of Comp Plan Published

April 10, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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The latest version of the Jackson/Teton County Comprehensive Plan was released online Friday. Teton County residents have one month from its release date to provide their feedback on the latest version of the Comp Plan.  Intended to guide and regulate future development in the valley, the latest version of the Comp Plan is still void of elements that some Teton County residents have been advocating for throughout the process.  These issues include a statement of intent to clarify the Comp Plan’s goals as well as the release of specific development numbers. Residents and local groups have also been advocating for a shift in the ratio between increased and decreased development. Currently the plan says 60 percent of development will occur in already developed areas and 40 percent in rural areas.  The final Comp Plan hearing is slated for May 8th. Leave comments on the document here. – Robyn Vincent

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