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Four-county housing study underway - Jackson Hole News&Guide: Town & County

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Four-county housing study underway

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Posted: Friday, May 23, 2014 4:30 am

Workers are being surveyed through at least mid-June for a four-county housing needs assessment.

The survey is meant to show workers’ living conditions, where workers live, where their jobs are and where they’d like to live.

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