For your information, the following is an overview of the Town Council’s actions taken Tuesday, July 6, 2021
- The Mayor introduced new employees Paul Jacobson and Kyle Badura.
- The consent calendar was approved which included the June 21, 2021 special workshop and regular meeting minutes, disbursements, a temporary sign permit for the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and a contract for the Snow King and Gregory Lane traffic study.
- A motion was made by Council requiring the Town Council to return to in person meetings effective immediately and to 1. Suspend portions of Chapter II, Section 7.a, Addressing the Town Council, of the Town Council’s Rules and Procedures to continue to allow members of the public to participate remotely via audio in any regular, special, or emergency meetings; and 2. Suspend portions of Chapter II, Section 7.a, Addressing the Town Council, of the Town Council’s Rules and Procedures to continue to allow applicants and presenters the option to present remotely at any regular, special, or emergency meetings; and that they 3. Suspend portions of Chapter II, Section 3, Quorum, such that the ability for a Councilmember to participate, vote, and be counted in the quorum of the Council or a staff member to participate be allowed only with the approval of the Mayor for each individual meeting where such a request is made and; and 4. Direct staff to include these amendments on a permanent basis in the next update of the Council Rules and Procedures; and 5. Direct the Planning Commission, Design Review Committee, and Board of Examiners to operate in the same manner as outlined for Council meetings, and 6. Direct staff to bring back modifications as discussed at the meeting.
- Council directed the Town WAM delegate to support proposed resolutions 21-001, 21-002, 21-003, 21-004, 21-005, 21-006, 21-007, 21-008, 21-009, and 21-010.
- Ordinances X, Y, Z and A for proposed annexations were approved on second reading.
- Ordinance B amending JMC Title 6 was approved on second reading.
- Council reappointed Damon Wilson, Jade Beus, and Mike Mielke to the Board of Examiners.
- Council discussed valet parking, the JH Historical Society, and Parks and Recreation.
- The Town Manager’s Report contained information on the Retail and Bar and Grill Liquor License public hearing dates and the King Street Condos Project.
Complete and detailed information regarding these items is available online at www.townofjackson.com under the Agendas & Meeting button.