From the Jackson Hole News and Guide, “Campaign talk turns to long-term planning,” by Cara Rank, Jun 30, 2010

“His record has shown dedication to that platform, he said. Vogelheim was appointed to a seat on the
board in 2008 after Bill Paddleford died.

For example, Vogelheim said he’s been working with the Wyoming Department of Transportation as
it plans expansion of Highway 89 to the south to ensure the route contains “world-class wildlife
His record also shows dedication to reducing the county’s budget without raising taxes, he said. In
the spring, it appeared his board was headed toward sending an additional penny of sales tax to
voters. Vogelheim staunchly opposed the increase and swayed some commissioners, he said.”

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