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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

Parking plan needs more gas

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Speeding can get you a ticket, but so can driving too slow. Often couched as being cautious, moving too slowly creates a different hazard.

The town’s draft plan to solve its parking problems offers a tiered approach with short-, medium- and long-term recommendations.

Critics: Housing plan misses Latinos’ needs

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Latino advocates took issue with a fundamental piece of the town and county’s affordable housing strategy, saying data it uses to determine the community’s housing needs doesn’t represent immigrant families.

Wilson study to focus on dangers of traffic

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Verizon disputes town’s regulations on 5G

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Town officials stood firm in regulating new wireless infrastructure as restrictively as possible, despite complaints from Verizon representatives that parts of the law are burdensome and of dubious legal status.

An order from the Federal Communications Commission that takes effect next week will force municipalities to allow the installation of small cell facilities — miniature antennas meant to lay the groundwork for 5G — on street poles in the public rights of way. The town is reluctantly rushing to pass design standards for the facilities, which it considers an overreach of federal authority.

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Upcoming Meetings & Key Dates

Town Council Regular Meeting: April 15, 2019: 6:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

Board of County Commissioner Meeting: April 16, 2019: 9:00 AM, BCC Chambers

Joint Information Meeting: May 6, 2019: 3:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

Town Council Regular Meeting: May 6, 2019: 6:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

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