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University of Wyoming
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"If this keeps the supervisor's office and the Jackson Ranger District in the town of Jackson, this is a great first step,"
Regional Forest Service officials say they might sell the land, estimated to be worth between $35 million and $50 million, and move the forest supervisor's office to Alpine, Pinedale or Afton.One justification for the move is the high cost of housing for Forest Service employees who live in Jackson. Agencies such as Grand Teton National Park, the National Elk Refuge and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, as well as many Jackson Hole residents, community leaders and nonprofits, have criticized the proposal.
the Cache Street site and, in doing so, has failed to perform the environmental assessments required before a decision is made."You need to withdraw this decision, go through the [National Environmental Policy Act] process and re-notify Congress,"
Forest Service officials are facing criticism for not informing the Jackson Hole community about their motives and reasons for the sale, and the latest news may fuel those flames.Jackson Hole residents also have criticized the agency for saying nobody had sought to buy the land when for years the Forest Service had actually been entertaining a sale request from a potential developer of an IMAX theater.The forest service is considering moving the forest headquarters to Alpine, Pinedale or another community.Albright said the agency's missteps should cause it to begin the process anew."This is terrible news for our community, but it is not the end of the story," Albright wrote in an e-mail about the increase in sale acreage.
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