With well #1 finishing it’s third round of chlorinating, Sheridan Town Council discussed the town’s water distribution system during its July 8 meeting. Also, the council approved a cost of living adjustment increase of 3 percent to town employees.
Bears are out and about this summer!
Staffing both nursing homes in Madison county has been an ongoing problem.
The Madison County Planning Board met on Monday primarily to discuss subdivision planning and was met with concerns about the reach of the Big Sky Fire Department and emergency evacuation policies.
The Madison County Fair Board presented Nick Novich with a plaque for serving over 20 years on the fair board on June 20, and the Commanding General Mounter Color Guard will perform at the 2019 Madison County Fair.
The sun shone through the occasional cloud and the wind was calm at the Twin Bridges Airport’s Fly-In Car show June 15. The favorable flying conditions contributed to a good turnout at the biennial event.
Two issues had the town council meeting on June 13 packed with people: permits for recreational vehicles and the highway conditions on the east entrance of town that have contributed to 18-wheelers barreling into business buildings.
Twin Bridges city council approved to go digital at their monthly meeting June 11. They also approved for the Montana Department of Resources and Conservation and Great West Engineering to seek out grants to fund a feasibility study that would investigate the town’s levy.
Sheridan Town Council approved for the fire department to proceed with grant and loan applications that would help fund a new firetruck, and for the second tennis court at the Raymond Lyall Silve Memorial Park to be repaired and accommodate pickleball.
Landri Paladichuck, a rising junior at Ennis High School, played one of her best games at the Golfing State Championship May 13 -15.