Town Council Action Items
The Jackson Town Council met twice on Monday, January 6, 2020. Below are outcomes from this meeting:
JOINT INFORMATION MEETING
• The Council and Commission interviewed applicants for positions on the Airport Board, Jackson/Teton County Affordable Housing Supply Board, and Parks and Recreation Board.
• The Council and Commission authorized the Jackson Teton County Housing Authority Board to execute quitclaim deeds for 430 West Kelly Avenue, 440 West Kelly Avenue, and 3590 North Kennel Lane.
• The Council and Commission changed the number of members on the START Board from 7 to 9.
• Appointments were made to the Airport Board, Jackson/Teton County Affordable Housing Supply Board, START Board, and Parks and Recreation Board. Appointments to the Pathways Taskforce was continued to a later meeting.
• The Council and Commission approved moving forward with a RFP process for an Employee Generation by Land Use Study, (Nexus Study) and to form a stakeholder group.
REGULAR TOWN COUNCIL EVENING MEETING
• New town employees were introduced by the Mayor: Associate Engineer Caitlin Barilec, Police Officer Amanda White, and Reserve Officer Tim Cole.
• Mayor Muldoon read a proclamation for Jackson being named the number one art-vibrant small community and a proclamation for KMTN’s 45th anniversary.
• The Council approved meeting minutes and disbursements as presented.
• A Temporary Sign Permit was approved for Pole Pedal Paddle
• The Town’s official depositories for 2020 were designated.
• Bid# 20-09 was approved for the purchase of two new pickup trucks from Teton Motors for public works.
• Planning item P19-269, Final Plat at 825 W. Snow King for Grove Phase 3 was approved.
• The Snow King Resort Master Association (SKRMA) Master Plan Amendment was discussed and continued.
• Ordinance M passed third reading to annex 1150 Highway 22 into the corporate limits of the Town.
• Ordinance L regarding the liquor municipal code was revised and will be brought back for first reading.
• The Council discussed fees for charging electric vehicles, levels of service for off-season parking enforcement, the Northern Indigenous Arts & Cultures Festival, and a comment letter to the FCC.
• The Town Managers report contained an update on solid law enforcement work, FY20 comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR), and the FY21 budget schedule.
These meetings were open to the public and were streamed live, on-line. The video from these meetings have been archived on the Town of Jackson's website at: http://townofjackson.com/290/Watch-a-Meeting-Online
Agendas and Minutes are also archived on the Town of Jackson's website. For additional information please contact Sandy Birdyshaw, Jackson Town Clerk at (307) 733-3932 x1113 or email@example.com.