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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

Commission set to review Mercill housing

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Teton County is preparing to crank out several affordable housing projects in town, the latest in the cooker being a 22-unit complex on Mercill Avenue.

WYDOT aims for new Snake bridge in 2023

Jackson Hole News & Guide

A four-lane bridge will span the Snake River on Highway 22 in just a few years.

At a public meeting last week the Wyoming Department of Transportation unveiled plans to rebuild the bridge — as well as the nearby intersection of Highways 22 and 390 — in 2023. The new bridge is planned to include four lanes, a median and standard shoulders, engineers said.

Business is booming in Jackson! First economic dashboard for 2019 in encouraging

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Bill to fix lodging tax killed by state Senate

Jackson Hole News & Guide

The Wyoming Senate roundly rejected a proposed statewide lodging tax that would have created an independent funding source for the state Office of Tourism.

The vote also killed amendments designed to tweak Teton County’s local lodging tax to make it more palatable to residents riled by too much promotion and too little flexibility to offset visitor impacts.

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Upcoming Meetings & Key Dates

Joint Information Meeting: March 4, 2019: 3:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

Joint Information Meeting: March 4, 2019: 3:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

Town Council Regular Meeting: March 18, 2019: 6:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

Joint Information Meeting: April 1, 2019: 3:00 PM, Town Council Chambers

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