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Teton County Seeks To Fill Board Vacancies

September 19, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
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Teton County is seeking to fill vacancies on two county boards once again.  The seven-member Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Joint Powers Board  has a vacancy as the result of a member who resigned, leaving his term that was to have run through June of 2014 unfilled.  Applicants should provide information about relevant experience and provide specific reference to the qualifications outlines in the Travel and Tourism Board’s statement of policy.  Another position is currently open on the Jackson Hole Energy Sustainability Project Joint Powers Board.  That position runs through June of 2016.  The Energy Sustainability Project Board is made up of a town elected official, a county commissioner, representatives of Lower Valley Energy and five community members.  Candidates with experience in energy, fundraising, marketing or building fields are encouraged to apply.  Applications for either board position should be submitted by October first in the Teton County Clerk’s office.

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