The Town of Jackson says this is what you want. After consultants met with town residents, they determined you want to make room for more people. You want a lot more density in town.
You want 1,800 more living units crammed into our small mountain community, even though those 1,800 homes were originally meant to be spread throughout the county. Using a conservative
average of 2.5 people per unit, that’s another 4,500 people all trying to turn left onto Broadway. Using a 5 people per unit metric, it’s 9,000 more people in Jackson — almost a doubling of population.
Here is the Other Side of the Story of June 5:Density is a Big City Timebomb