Housing Supply Board

Regular HSB Meetings

Contact: HSB@tetoncountywy.gov

HSB Description & Role

The Housing Supply Board is an advisory board that counsels the Affordable Housing Department Director on matters related to affordable workforce housing supply in Teton County and the Town of Jackson. Ideal board candidates will have expertise in some or all of the following: site design, building design, housing finance, construction management, preservation/conservation, communications, land acquisition/sale, Federal/State housing programs, and livable communities.

Description of Duties: The board is intended to function in a highly collaborative and hands on manner, engaging in traditional and progressive approaches to housing supply. Examples of projects or tasks tackled by this board include: developing Requests for Proposals to develop affordable workforce housing, creating capital programs, and vetting potential capital projects.

Length of term: 3-years, staggered

Number of members: 7

Fred Arbuckle, Vice-Chair

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Term: January 1, 2020 - December 31, 2022

Fred Arbuckle and his wife, Helen have been members of the Jackson Hole community since 2007, and full-time residents since the end of 2017.  The couple have two grown sons; Dan and Kyle. 

Fred received an undergraduate degree from the University of California, Pomona and a graduate degree from the University of Michigan.  Professionally, he served as  president of his company, Morrow Development, since 1993, and prior to that spent most of his working career in the real estate industry. 

Morrow Development was the master developer of the award-winning Villages of La Costa in Carlsbad, CA, a property consisting of four villages, including over 350 affordable housing units.  Morrow Development also worked with a private owner on the planning, sales, and marketing of various properties around Telluride, Colorado. 

Previously, Arbuckle served as vice president of a number of home building companies in Texas, and southern California.  This included working for one of the nation’s largest developers of adult active retirement communities.  Early in his career he worked for several professional design firms and was involved in the design of communities, homes and commercial projects throughout the United States, in Chile, Mexico, the middle east, Singapore and Malaysia.

Arbuckle has served as past president of several homeowners associations; as past chair of the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce; past member of the Carlsbad Li- brary Foundation Board of Directors, and past member of the Pro-Kids/First Tee Board of Directors. He received an honorable discharge from the United States Army.

Laura Bonich, Chair

Term: January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2023

Laura is the Director of Business Development at NV5, a leader in the delivery of sustainable solutions for civil infrastructure. As a LEED Accredited Professional, she has spent the last 20 years advocating for design code changes and engineering solutions for complex master-planned communities and revitalization of mixed-use districts. Laura is a full member of the Urban Land Institute, past branch president of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Chair of the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure’s National Technical Committee for the ENVISION rating system, and a member of the Harvard Graduate School of Design Sustainable Infrastructure Advisory Board.

Kari Cooper

Term: January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2024

Matt Faupel, Clerk

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Term: January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2024

Matt has lived in Jackson for 14 years. He is in the Real Estate & Development business and currently volunteers for PAWS, Breakfast Rotary, former START Board, and Ducks Unlimited. Matt became a Jackson Teton County Housing Authority Board member to help effect change as the community is dealing with a large housing issue. Being in the real estate and development business gives him a good understanding of the regulations and helps him understand the challenges workforce and affordable housing faces as he deals with it on a daily basis. Matt enjoys living in Jackson because of the National Forests, Parks, community, philanthropy, culture, and the accessibility and ethos of the business leaders.

Carrie Kruse

Term: January 1, 2020 - December 31, 2022

Bio forthcoming

Clare Stumpf

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Term: January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2023

Clare Stumpf grew up in Oakland, California and attended the University of Rochester in upstate New York where she earned a B.A. in psychology and philosophy. She moved to Jackson after graduation for “one fun summer” and has spent every summer in the valley since working as a raft guide. Clare decided to return to school and earned a M.S. in Environmental Policy from the University of Colorado, where she worked on municipalizing Boulder’s energy supply, registering young voters, and interning for a food justice non-profit.

Clare completed a local grassroots organizing training program and has lived here full-time ever since working in the non-profit sector. She has traveled to Cheyenne to testify in support of housing mitigation; lobbied Town Councilors and County Commissioners to approve developing homes that locals can afford; and currently serves as the Coordinator for ShelterJH, the only housing advocacy organization in the valley.

Larry Thal

Term: January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2024

Housing Supply Board Meeting Minutes