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Teton County Commissioners vacate 2 more plats

Teton County Commissioners vacate 2 more plats

The Board of County Commissioners vacated two more “paper plats” bringing the total up to 4 vacated subdivisions, comprising 79 lots on 313 acres. Evergreen Grove was first approved in 2005, as a 5-lot subdivision on 23 acres by Pole Canyon near Victor. The plat was vacated with no objection from the property owner. View a photo online.

Scenic River Estates was approved in 2009, as a 51-lot planned unit development on 160 acres, 6 miles West of Driggs at 6000W and Buxton Road. The development agreement with Teton County expired 18 months ago. The County Commissioners unanimously vacated this paper plat over objections from the developer after the developer had submitted several very tentative sketches of replat proposals that were rejected by the planning staff and county commissioners for not providing a significant public benefit to warrant approval. View a photo online.

Wondering what the future holds for these vacated developments? Click here to read our most recent OpEd on the future of Scenic River Estates.

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