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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

Another shot for Munger housing

Jackson Hole News & Guide

After developer Larry Huhn pleaded with them to reconsider, Teton County commissioners are giving a proposal to build workforce housing at Hog Island a second chance.

Social services outlay to rise 17% in town

Jackson Hole News & Guide

With scarce funding from the state, social service groups in Teton County have come to rely heavily on local sources. It shows in the town’s budget for next year.

County invests in staff in new budget

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Council selects interim town attorney

Jackson Hole News & Guide

In the absence of a leader for Jackson’s legal affairs, officials have named Lea Colasuonno the interim town attorney.

Colasuonno, the assistant town attorney, will temporarily fill the post left vacant by the departure of Audrey Cohen-Davis, who resigned earlier this month after 13 years on the job. In the meantime, the Town Council will decide the next steps for the legal department.

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Upcoming Meetings & Key Dates

Joint Information Meeting: June 3, 2019: 3:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

Town Council Regular Meeting: June 2, 2019: 6:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting: June 5, 2019: 5:30 PM, Town Council Chambers

Town Council Regular Meeting: June 17, 2019: 6:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

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