Development grant runs into opposition in Jackson, Wyoming

A request for $810,000 in state economic development grant money to help bring a private technology firm to Jackson is drawing objections.

The State Loan and Investment Board, which will meet Thursday to determine whether to approve the grant, has received letters opposed to using public money for the proposal by Imagine Jackson, a community development organization.

State Rep. Pete Jorgensen, D-Jackson, questioned using the Wyoming Business Council grant to help "a healthy business venture in the most expensive real estate market in Wyoming," according to his letter to the board.

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