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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

Senator pushes school security

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Sen. Affie Ellis had to use the bathroom while traveling through Wyoming this year, and the only place she could find was an elementary school. So, much to her alarm, she walked right in.

Legislative session starts with flurry of bills

Jackson Hole News & Guide

The 65th Wyoming Legislature is in and gearing up to craft the next generation of state law.

Plenty of the proposals before our senators and representatives are worth keeping an eye on. Some aim to chip away at the authority of local government; others would create new taxes and revise existing ones. Wyoming may soon even add an amphibian to its list of state symbols.

New sheriff sworn in, outlines his direction

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Town adopts bag ban to slash plastic trash

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Jackson’s divorce from plastic bags is final as of Monday, when half a year of research and deliberation culminated in a law designed to purge the town of the polluting products.

The Town Council voted unanimously to renounce single-use plastic bags, following in the footsteps of cities and states across the U.S. to eliminate a major component of the waste stream and preserve Jackson Hole’s ecosystems.

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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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