The street going into the Bill Roberts Golf Course in Helena was lined with cars and buses –runners, coaches, parents and supporters packed into the state cross country meet on Oct. 21. The air was crisp and the wind was present but manageable as runners from across the state charged around the 3 mile course, […]
A resort tax legislation is currently in the works, according to Kevin Germain with Lone Mountain Land Company and Virginia City Mayor Scott Petersen, who asked for support from the Madison County Commissioners to get a bill to the Capitol.
On Dec. 2, 2015, the board of directors of the Missouri-Madison River Fund met in Helena to allocate grant money to projects that would benefit public recreation along the river.
“I’ve never had so many friends,” said Sen. Bob Keenan, R – Big Fork, at a Senate Finance and Claims Committee hearing at the Capitol on Feb. 19. “Ever.”
On Dec. 15, the Montana Land Board unanimously voted to sell 12 lots in Virginia City to Madison County for $186,500.
Virginia City government officials and concessionaires are relieved because the Montana Heritage Commission (MHC) is one step closer to ensuring management of its properties does not change hands and move to Helena.
After a Sept. 10 meeting in Helena, the Environmental Quality Council (EQC) unanimously voted to support SJR4, a proposed bill intended to assist the MHC in changing some of its government statutes.