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Commission considers cutting engineer
July 30, 2014


Teton County Commission Chairman Kelly Park suggested cutting or reducing the county engineer/director of public works position citing a potential $104,000 cost savings. This suggestion was weakly supported by Commissioner Sid Kunz that afternoon who chose not to weigh in on Park’s proposal, but supported looking at the potential cut or reduction in hours. Commissioner Kathy Rinaldi was absent during Monday’s meeting, but said in a phone interview Tuesday that cutting the county engineer position was nothing short of “reckless.” ...(more)




Geotourism Center grand opening set for Friday
July 30, 2014


The Teton Geotourism Center will hold a grand opening ceremony Friday afternoon on the plaza at the Driggs City Center and inside the newly completed visitors center. ...(more)




The price of Geotourism
July 24, 2014


And after the ribbon is cut next Friday, Aug. 1, it will be up to the 11 member volunteer board and the newly minted Executive Director, Cynthia Rose, to ensure that the first of its kind will remain one of a kind in the City of Driggs. ...(more)




Emergency services to combine forces
June 25, 2014


Three major players in the county’s emergency services system will likely combine forces in a greater effort to streamline costs, emergency response times and, said Teton Valley Health Care CEO Keith Gnagey, provide the best possible care for Teton County taxpayers. ...(more)




Rec plan first of its kind
June 11, 2014


The Teton County Board of County Commissioners adopted a Recreation and Public Access Master Plan at a public hearing Monday night by a vote of 2-1. The approved plan’s stated goals include increased coordination among nonprofit organizations, and securing funding for larger capital projects. ...(more)




 

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