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Jefferson County Board of Commissioners adopted the Port Ludlow Development Agreement. Other signatures are Pope Resources, Olympic Property Group, Olympic Resorts, Olympic Water And Sewer, and Olympic Real Estate Development. The Agreement covers approximately 1,200 acres of land owned by Pope Resources in Jefferson County. The action will further the public's health, safety and welfare by allowing development to take place in a predictable manner consistent with the County's Comprehensive Plan and the Port Ludlow Master Planned Resort Code, Ordinance No. 08-10004-99. The Board intends this Resolution shall apply to all land owned by Pope Resources within the Port Ludlow Master Planned Resort, to the extent permitted by law.
The planning concept includes future build out of the Pope Property within the Port Ludlow MPR, promoting growth management and planning objectives of the County, including reasonably priced housing; innovative and sensitive land development with clustering and critical area tracts; environmental protection; creative mix of resort, commercial and residential uses; and sustainable economic vitality.
The complete Development Agreement is a large file:
If you need only a sub-document or do not have a fast Internet connection, the Development Agreement's eleven sub-documents can be accessed individually: