Plans for a worker campground to help with this summer’s housing shortage have been put off, according to a report by The Jackson Hole News & Guide.

The town of Jackson, Wyo., had been talking with the Bridger-Teton National Forest about using a 10-acre parcel on North Cache Street to provide shelter for seasonal employees, but the federal agency scrapped the idea.

“They’re concerned about construction activity back there and intermingling that with the folks who would be camping,” Town Manager Bob McLaurin said.

A lease with the town also would require federal authority, which would be another bureaucratic hoop to jump through, he said.

The U.S. Forest Service property was the last realistic option the town was considering for a worker campground this summer. Other possible locations have already been discounted, which means there won’t be any kind of temporary help from the town on that front this year.

Read the full report here.