Elected officials decided their fears of losing affordable housing to bankruptcy were unfounded and settled for the risk of allowing deed restrictions to expire with foreclosures. After learning about the potential pitfalls of safeguarding deed restrictions – which guarantee home prices stay affordable for low-income residents and local workers – the Jackson Town Council and Teton County Board of County Commissioners voted Dec. 3 to leave the restrictions vulnerable to keep homes affordable.

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