Large-acre development rules meet with little resistance


September 15, 2022

Sarah Pridgeon

It was standing room only at the public hearing, where Commissioner Jeanne Whalen expressed her pleasure to see so many people interested in the topic of regulations for large-acre subdivisions.

Considering that it was standing room only for a public hearing on the proposed new regulations for large-acre subdivisions within Crook County, there was a surprising lack of resistance to the overall idea of imposing rules.

Though many in the audience attended just to listen, a number of people did choose to comment, whether orally or in writing. However, the objections were largely limited to procedural items and none opposed the overall idea of regulations.

"This process has been going along here for at least the last year and a half," said County Attorney Joe Baron as the hearing opene...

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