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Teton officials say state lawsuit risks public safety but still seek cooperation

New legal complaint contends county rules don’t apply to state trust lands across Wyoming.

The county planning and building office found Basecamp to be in violation of seven regulations, including a failure to identify wetlands and starting electrical work without a permit. The county also found electrical work that county officials said didn’t look professionally done.

The work was permitted, though, by the State Board of Land Commissioners, the top five elected officials in Wyoming who are asking for the court in Cheyenne to stop Teton County from enforcing its regulations on the two developments.