Town of Jackson

The Jackson Town Council approved Monday the application process for retail and “bar and grill” liquor licenses. The decision sets opening and deadline dates for applications for the coveted licenses.

Before Monday’s vote, the applications had been temporarily suspended while staff updated the application packets and procedures.

Councilors instructed Town Clerk Sandy Birdyshaw and her staff to make the updated application packets available for the two types of licenses on May 3, with applications then being accepted from June 1 through June 15. Staff was directed not to accept any such applications after June 15 until further notice.

The town currently holds two retail liquor licenses — with a third pending appeal by Tastebuds LLC before the Wyoming Supreme Court — and one bar and grill license, according to Birdyshaw.

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Contact Tim Woods at 732-5911 or

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