Town and county elected officials brace for a busy week

JACKSON HOLE, WYO –  Local government officials will get a workout this week, just in time to burn off any Thanksgiving Day calories and get lean for the holiday bulge coming next month. Both town and county electeds have scheduled meetings all week to discuss planning aspects of Engage 2017.

The Board of County Commissioners will be taking a hard look at Natural Resources LDR updates beginning tomorrow morning at 9am. The board will spend the rest of the day looking over capital improvement plans (CIP) for several county agencies. Additional meetings on the subject are scheduled for Wednesday, November 29 (2-5pm) and Thursday, November 30 (2-5pm).

The BCC also has a regular voucher meeting Monday, December 4 (9am) and a joint meeting with the Town Council later that day at 3pm. Additionally, commissioners will conduct their regular meeting Tuesday, December 5 at 9am.

All BCC meetings are held in the county chambers and available via live stream.

Meanwhile, in town, the Town Council will be hunkering down over Districts 3-6 and Town Parking LDRs Updates. Meetings are scheduled to begin Wednesday, November 29 from 6-9pm. Follow-up meetings (if needed) are on the calendar for Thursday, November 30 (2-5pm) and Friday, December 1 at 9am.

Preliminary direction will be released December 4. The council will consider direction of the policy alternatives at its regular meeting on December 11, at 6pm, in Council Chambers.

Districts 3-6 comprise mainly residential zones on the periphery of downtown Jackson. Some areas are slated for additional density. Parking discussions are expected to be broad and could include paid parking in the downtown core.

All town meetings are in the council chambers and can be live streamed.



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