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Every week Jackson Hole citizens have various opportunities to engage with the local political process. Here’s a compiled list of town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. For complete and up-to-date agendas, check the website referenced with each entry.

Wednesday, July 17

• Airport: Jackson Hole Airport Board meeting. 9 a.m., Jackson Hole Airport administrative building. JacksonHoleAirport.com/Administration.

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Developers aim to have a King Street housing project underway by spring, but they must first figure out whether the current plans for the property are legal.

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The Grove is officially full after Habitat for Humanity on Thursday announced it had selected the development’s final eight buyers.

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Following the climate conference last month that drew representatives from dozens of mountain towns to Park City, Utah, officials there are asking their peer communities to commit to — at least — exploring ways of reducing their carbon footprints.

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After serving nearly six months as interim town attorney, Lea Colasuonno is now the permanent leader of Jackson’s legal department.

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As Snow King and Jackson officials chart the future of development on the Town Hill, some major details of the resort’s obligations — and how to fund them — remain undecided.

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After deliberation about how developers should pay for parks, Teton County commissioners approved a change to the way they pay fees to provide public services Tuesday, and an increase in the amount given to the school district.

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Town planning commissioners will inspect Snow King’s latest update to its master plan today, restarting a public review process that fizzled earlier this year when elected officials and resort representatives failed to reach a compromise.

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It’s election day for the specific purpose excise tax, which collects one penny of sales tax for town and county projects, if approved by voters.

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A political action committee advocating for a $4.4 million ballot measure to buy the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum a permanent home raked in the most cash this election cycle, totaling $25,010.

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After about a year of searching and four interim directors, Teton County has officially hired a planning and building director, it announced Tuesday.

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In a service bay at Auto Detail of Jackson Hole, where an air compressor occasionally interrupted the conversation, some two dozen skeptical business owners met with town officials on a recent night to gauge how a proposed Gregory Lane remodel would impact their livelihoods.

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Every week Jackson Hole citizens have various opportunities to engage with the local political process. Here’s a list of town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week:

Wednesday, Oct. 23

• ECW: Energy Conservation Works board meeting, 9:30 a.m., Lower Valley 

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For the second time in two weeks, since first lady Melania Trump’s visit earlier this month, an unlikely congregation of red ball caps appeared on Town Square.

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Some stakeholders have “heartburn” over a Wyoming Department of Transportation study that dismisses bus and carpool lanes, saying that decision will thwart efforts to get cars off the road.

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Every week Jackson Hole citizens have various opportunities to engage with the local political process. Here’s a compiled list of town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. For complete and up-to-date agendas, check the website referenced with each entry.

Wednesday, July 17

• Airport: Jackson Hole Airport Board meeting. 9 a.m., Jackson Hole Airport administrative building. JacksonHoleAirport.com/Administration.

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Eastbound trailers will be outlawed on Teton Pass starting Tuesday, a month earlier than usual due to safety concerns along the steep grade.