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Fun With Urban Planning

The Texas-based consultants hired by Teton County to evaluate their land-use guidelines told the town they need a "major shift" in how they've approached planning issues in the past. The diagnosis, available at JacksonTetonPlan.com, calls for stricter regulations in rural areas and looser ones in downtown Jackson, in order to ensure solid conservation while encouraging the redevelopment in town that the county has been lusting over for years. [Jackson Hole Property Guide]