A public hearing regarding the National Park Service’s final winter use plan for Yellowstone National Park is set for tonight in Jackson. Among the concerns raised by participants in the last round of hearings were a proposal to limit entry to the park to only prior to 10:30 am, a deadline for all snow coaches being used for tours to be outfitted with new “best available technology,” and a lack of provisions for those wishing to access the park privately. Spokesman Dan Hottle says some of the alternatives under consideration have been adjusted in light of the comments. Hottle says the meeting is intended to poll the public as to whether the park is on track for a final winter plan this year. The open house takes place beginning 6:30 pm at the Virginian Lodge.