As county executives from around the nation gather in Las Vegas this week, they might take heed of what is happening in Utah, 125 miles to the northeast.

Double-digit economic growth in southern Utah is causing heartburn in counties such as Washington, where officials are struggling to keep up with the demands occasioned by growth. And in northeast Utah, Summit County, home of two ski resorts, is also suffering from growing pains.

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