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Jackson Hole conflict threatens local control statewide, senator warns

Electeds approved one thing but state-backed developers are building another, despite Teton County’s wishes, officials charge.

Teton County lawmakers, other officials, and environmental watchdogs have accused a state agency of running roughshod over local governance, threatening in the process both local water quality and community’s rights statewide.

The Office of State Lands and Investments drew heavy criticism last week for allowing a leach field to be installed for a “glamping” site on sensitive state school trust land in Teton County in an area with already troubled groundwater.