Legislature Will Be Asked To Fund Tram

Cheyenne, Wy – Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will likely
seek state funding for a new tram that would be owned by a public
entity and leased to the resort.
That's according to Larry Wolfe, a Cheyenne attorney and
lobbyist who represents the resort.
Resort officials announced this year that they plan to shut down
the famous tram at the end of next summer. They cited maintenance
costs and safety concerns.
Wolfe says the resort will probably ask the Legislature for
funding during this winter's session.