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Posted on: August 30, 2022

BoCC Action Report

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Teton County Board of Commissioners Meeting

Action Report – August 30, 2022

A summary of actions taken at regular Teton County Board of Commission meetings


The Teton County Board of Commissioners approved items 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14, 15, 18, 19, and 20 as their consent agenda as well as the following items that were discussed at the meeting.

16. Consideration of an Agreement for a Classification and Compensation Study

17. Consideration of Approval of Consideration of Amendments to Teton County Human Resources Policy Manual - Policy 4-17, Telework


Matters from Planning and Development:

CUP2021-0001- Ian McGregor N

Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order:

            1. CUP2021-0001- Ian McGregor N




Permit No. AMD2022-0005-

Application: Teton County Planning & Building

Presenter: Erin Monroe

Request Notice is hereby given pursuant to Wyoming Statute §16-3-103 that Teton County is considering adoption of amendments to the Teton County Land Development Regulations (LDRs) to establish longer timeframes for County staff to review five of the planning applications, bringing them to 60 days (from 30-45 days). These applications include the following: 1. Environmental Analyses (EA) LDR Section 8.2.2 (45 to 60 days) 2. Grading Permits (GEC) LDR Section 8.3.4 (45 to 60 days) 3. Sign Permits LDR Section 8.3.5 (30 to 60 days) 4. Basic Use Permits (BUP) LDR Section 8.4.1 (45 to 60 days) 5. Zoning Compliance Verifications (ZCV) LDR Section 8.6.2 (45 to 60 days) These are amendments to the Land Development Regulations which are authorized pursuant to Wyoming Statute §18-5-201.

Location: Countywide

Application                 Staff Report 



Permit No. MSC2022-0023   

Application: Teton County Parks & Recreation

Presenter: Hamilton Smith

RequestMiscellaneous Planning Request to amend the Wilson Boat Ramp Outdoor Recreation Use Conditional Use Permit (CUP2016-0002) Conditions of Approval.        Location: BLM Parcel at the intersection of Highways 22 and 390, commonly known as the Wilson Boat Ramp property. Tract 51A, Sec. 23, Twp. 41, Rng. 117. The property is zoned Public/Semi-Public, and is within the Natural Resources Overlay.


                  Application       Postponement Memo 





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