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    is a community-driven movement that values the vibrant heart of downtown, a workforce housing market driven by the private sector, the protection of private property rights and the preservation of open spaces and wildlife corridors.

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Jackson Hole Working

is a community-driven movement that values the vibrant heart of downtown, a workforce housing market driven by the private sector, the protection of private property rights and the preservation of open spaces and wildlife corridors. Jackson Hole Working seeks a comprehensive vision for our valley’s future driven by common sense solutions – one that supports Jackson families, local workers, community character and ecosystem balance.

Core organizational values include:
• Community as Heart
• Economic Sustainability
• Private Property Rights
• Planning with Vision
• Common Sense Solutions
• Environmental Stewardship
• Leadership & Community Involvement

Snow King says chairs to spin on wind power

Jackson Hole News & Guide

The debate about one of the most contentious development issues facing the town in years came to a head Tuesday night, when more than 200 people packed a conference center to weigh in on Snow King’s future.

Lodging tax wins. Now what?

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Sam Pope said he changed his mind about 30 times when deciding whether to vote for or against the lodging tax. Ultimately he voted for it, along with almost 60 percent of Teton County voters.

Snow King says chairs to spin on wind power

Jackson Hole News & Guide

School district preps for budget shortfalls

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Faced with a $1.2-million-plus shortfall in the coming years — for reasons including a new school opening and statewide budget cuts — school administrators are surveying staff before deciding how to proceed.

There are numerous reasons for the gap between Teton County School District No. 1 budgeted expenditures and the state’s block grant, amounting to just over $600,000 in each of fiscal years 2019 and 2020.

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Upcoming Meetings & Key Dates

Town Council Regular Meeting: November 19, 2018: 6:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

Joint Information Meeting: December 3, 2018: 3:00-5:00 pm, BCC Chambers

Town Council Regular Meeting: December 3, 2018: 6:00 pm, Town Council Chambers

Town Council Regular Meeting: December 17, 2018: 6:00 pm, Town Council Chambers

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