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The Jackson Town Council on Monday is slated to give final approval for the town’s fiscal year 2022 budget, which as currently proposed in its meeting staff report is an approximately $4.38 million deficit budget.

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Jackson Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson joined Jackson/Teton County Housing Director April Norton and about 30 others Wednesday to celebrate the groundbreaking of a West Kelly Avenue project that will result in 12 deed-restricted homes for the valley's workforce.

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The Jackson Town Council, after last Monday’s Memorial Day holiday, will again have three consecutive meetings Monday, deliberating such varied topics as the town’s fiscal year budget to the return of the Shootout on the Town Square, which was a casualty of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

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START Bus’ summer schedule went into effect Saturday, with extended service hours for the more popular routes, including between Jackson and Teton Village, and Town Shuttle routes.

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The Jackson Town Council continues to make progress toward finalizing the town’s budget, with health and human services funding — named as a priority by multiple councilors for the upcoming fiscal year during COVID-19 recovery — among the items apparently locked in.

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Memorial Day, the federal holiday that honors people who died in military service to their country, is today.

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The Jackson Hole Rotary Club’s annual spring clean up is back and ready to make the valley look spiffy again.

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Jackson/Teton County Affordable Housing Department Director April Norton and staff are making another run at building an affordable rental housing development at 400 W. Snow King Ave. after a developer chosen last year was unable to secure low-income housing tax credits.

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Jackson town councilors and Teton County commissioners are weighing a START bus budget ask that’s a million dollars higher than the current fiscal year’s budget.

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Starting today, Teton County Library will allow more people inside for longer windows of time, and make two meeting rooms available.

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The Jackson Town Council this week set maximum taxi fares and created a “zone system” for ground transportation as part of an overall update to Title 5 of the Jackson Municipal Code.