The town of Gibraltar recently joined the lineup of peninsula communities discussing developments to combat the issue of affordable housing. The proposed plan stresses protection of 71.1 acres of green spaces; it includes working with area nonprofits to offer environmental education using the resources. According to this story, the town has been in talks with UW-Green Bay to move a learning center into the space. More information can be found via the Green Bay Press Gazette.
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