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“We as local communities need to do a better job of figuring this out ourselves,” said Cache County Executive David Zook. “If we don’t, the state will come up with their own solutions and impose them on us.”

He’s been close to the problems Cache Valley faces through housing unavailability not only in his current position, but also in prior occupations when he worked as Nibley’s city manager and a member of Hyde Park’s Planning Commission.

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