Jefferson: Tri-Area Planning Group member offers land-use plans

CHIMACUM — A Tri-Area Planning Group member has come up with two land-use plans for creating an Urban Growth Area encompassing Port Hadlock, Irondale and some tracts located along state Route 19.

Planning group member Guy Rudolph of Irondale submitted the plans to county commissioners for consideration.

He claims the plans are more in line with the group’s vision than are alternatives developed by Community Development Department Director Al Scalf.

The first plan offered by Rudolph does not change current commercial zones; the second calls for a limited Urban Growth Area encompassing the existing Port Hadlock commercial area and the Old Alcohol Plant Resort and Marina.

The rest of this story appears in today’s Peninsula Daily News Jefferson County edition. Click on “Subscribe” to get the PDN delivered to your home or office.

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