Jackson Hole News & Guide: Sporting Club told: Put it back
Permits denied, more violations detected by county investigation; owner says club won’t fight decision.
Teton County officials have ruled that areas of the Snake River bank altered by a neighboring golf resort must be restored.
Since late summer the Snake River Sporting Club has been navigating “after-the-fact” permitting processes for building erosion and flood-control structures over several years without permission. County staff also identified a couple of inland projects as problems. The verdicts on most of the projects being scrutinized are now in. The county denied the permits.
For one site, Teton County Engineering Manager Amy Ramage said: “They have to put it back the way it was.”