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Fun With Urban Planning

The town of Jackson, Wyoming has hired a host of out-of-town consultants to help turn its County Comprehensive Plan into actual rules and regulations. But they're facing quite a bit of local resistance to change and stagnant development downtown. "If land costs weren't so high, if people's sense of how perfect the community already is today weren't so high, it would be an easier task," said one Texas-based consultant. [Jackson Hole Property Guide]