General Public Comment
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NOTICE OF 45 Day COMMENT PERIOD
The current Teton County Wildland Urban Interface Code allows for wood shingles and shakes that have been treated with fire retardant. Even with the treated fire-retardant materials, there are concerns with the continued use of wood shingles and shakes within the wildland urban interface. The Teton Area Wildland Protection Coalition and the Jackson Hole Fire/EMS Department have suggested eliminating wood shakes and shingles from new construction within the wildland urban interface. The amendment would delete Paragraph 4 of Section 503.2 of the WUIC Code. It is anticipated that a public hearing and subsequent vote on adoption would be held at the regular BCC meeting on February 16, 2021. The new amendment would go into effect on March 1, 2021.
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 3 OF THE TETON COUNTY RULES AND REGULATIONS
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Wyoming Statute §16-3-103 that TETON COUNTY, WYOMING intends to consider the adoption of amendments to Title 3 Small Wireless Facilities in County Right of Way.
All interested parties may obtain a copy of the proposed rules at the Teton County and Prosecuting Attorney Office located at 180 S. King St., Jackson, Wyoming, specifically Keith Gingery. The proposed rules are also posted:
Comments may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to P.O. Box 1727, Jackson, WY 83001 before the hearing date to be included in the hearing.
Tribal Trail Connector Road
Teton County is in the preliminary stages of an environmental study, design, and potential construction of the 2,600-ft long (approximately 0.5-mile) segment of Tribal Trail Road that extends from Cherokee Lane North to Wyoming Highway 22 (WYO 22). The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) is serving as an agent to the project to deliver the project and implement the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process. An Environmental Assessment is being prepared consistent with NEPA. Teton County is currently seeking feedback from the community on the Tribal Trail Connector Project.