WPR News
9:57 am
Tue June 1, 2004

Jackson Mayor To Seek Downtown Plan Again

Jackson, WY – Jackson's Mayor says he'll try once again to get a plan to control growth in the town's downtown area enacted. Twice the town council came up with a plan and twice Jackson residents turned down the measures through a referendum. Mayor Mark Barron supported the second proposal, which would change zoning for downtown Jackson. He believes it's too easy for citizens to hold referendums. Barron admits referendums are a fact of life and he's learned the town council must be viligilant about communicating its' intentions and plans to the public.