Teton County, Jackson officials split on affordable housing land

West Bank

Town and county officials are split on whether to sell a 5-acre slice of West Bank land or hold onto it as a plot for affordable housing.

They were unable to reach consensus in their Monday joint meeting.

The now defunct Teton County Housing Authority bought the acreage at 3590 N. Kennel Lane in 2007 for $1.95 million in specific purpose excise tax funds. The plan was to later sell the “Rains property” or redevelop it as affordable housing complex.

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Posted by Stefani
Jul 9, 2019