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This planning and Zoning screen grab shows the layout and location of the High Noon Ranch concept. 

The largest subdivision to come across the Teton County Planning and Zoning Commission so far this year had its first public hearing Tuesday, to review its PUD, or proposed unit development.

The High Noon Ranch development is a proposed 5-parcel behemoth totaling 532 acres, with 39 residential units on 149 developable acres, with another 62 units on 3.2 acres as a dude ranch. 372 acres would be designated as open space.

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