Members of the Teton County Board of Commissioners and the Jackson Town Council jointly selected new members to serve on joint powers boards Wednesday. County Commission Chairman Paul Vogelheim says Mike Halpin was selected from a field of five applicants to fill the unexpired term of one of the seven Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism board members. Vogelheim says after her years of service, Candra Day stepped down creating a vacancy on the board. He says there were five applicants to fill that unexpired term; all of whom, he says had a variety of skills to contribute. Vogelheim says, “We settled in after a long deliberation with Mike Halpin being selected.” That unexpired term ends on June 30th. The two elected boards went on to appoint Amy Golightly and Jim Speyer to the Jackson Hole Energy Sustainability Project out of a field of eight applicants for those two positions. Vogelheim says the administrators from the town and county had been on the board, and the decision was made to open the board up to more community members. Vogelheim says all three appointees are to assume their positions on their respective boards immediately.