JACKSON, Wyo. - The board that will oversee promotional expenditures from Teton County's new lodging tax is looking for a fiscal manager to oversee the funds.
The Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board expects to control some $2 million annually raised from a 2 percent tax on hotel rooms.
The board set a May 11 deadline for proposals from prospect fiscal managers.
Teton County voters approved the levy in November. Some of the revenue will also go to the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce.