Town of Jackson attends WAM

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Several representatives from the Town of Jackson recently visited Cheyenne for the Wyoming Association of Municipalities (WAM) winter conference and to visit Wyoming’s Legislature.

Town Council members Hailey Morton Levinson and Bob Lenz along with assistant town manager, Roxanne Robinson, soon-to-be-town manager (and current public works director), Larry Pardee, and current town manager Bob McLaurin made the trip.

WAM’s objectives include advocating for the municipal interests of Wyoming’s cities’ and towns’ regarding both state and federal legislation.

While in Cheyenne local representatives also participated in information and training sessions covering a variety of topics including Strategic Planning, Understanding the State’s Budget, Community and Economic Development, WYDOT Partnerships, Financial Management, Building an Engaged Council & Community, and Emergency Preparedness to name a few.

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