Jackson Town Council last week amended and passed new guidelines for organizations’ holiday displays on the town square seeking less restrictive limits for time and size for the displays than proposed by the town staff. At the suggestion of Councilman Bob Lenz, the time limit was extended from ten to 14 days and both Jim Stafford and Don Frank sought to lift the size restriction, at least until next year. Council also clarified that the display restrictions exempt the stage stop on the southwest corner of the square which is operated by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce and used through the holiday season as the headquarters for Santa’s visit with the community’s youngsters. As passed, the new guidelines permit the displays on the eastern side of the square, preserving the western side for an ice rink, and limit the displays to be in place for 14 days. Under those new guidelines, council approved the display of a menorah for two weeks beginning Wednesday.