Munger housing pitch met with questioning

Ensuring workers can continue to afford to live in a proposed housing development at Hog Island emerged as a top concern at an open house last week.

“How do we maintain the long-term affordability once we throw it into the potential chaos of the marketplace?” Teton Toys owner Wes Gardner said.

“I will be most interested in the future to learn about the pricing structure and how they plan to ensure the affordability of the homes in perpetuity,” Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust director Anne Cresswell said.

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Posted by Stefani
Feb 13, 2019