The February 28, 2022, Madison County Planning Board public hearing on Flatiron Subdivision and PUD has been postponed to a subsequent date to be determined, according to Cody Marxer, Planner for the Madison County Planning Board. The public hearing was originally scheduled to be held on Monday.
Picture this: a pandemic happens, everyone decides to embark upon home improvement projects and couch purchases skyrocket. As the pandemic starts to seem a bit more manageable, you find yourself moving to a new town to begin the next step in your career. The problem is you do not own a couch and all couches are backordered through the summer.
With creepy music playing in the background, the familiar voice of John Zirkle introduces “Inherent Danger: A Mountain Murder Series.” The new radio theater series created by the Big Sky Community Theater group over the last six weeks gives a nod to the culture of Big Sky.
The planning-level evaluation to identify needs and constraints for U.S. Highway 191 improvements will be underway into August 2020.
The Ennis-Big Sky Airport received $5.58 million to improve its infrastructure.
The Nov. 6 Madison and Gallatin Counties Joint Commission Meeting was to capacity – more seats had to be brought in.
The public comment period was robust, with a variety of projects and organizations represented.
As for agenda items, the most notable to Madison County was the debate of Jack Creek Road.
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.
ENNIS—Terri Hogan went on a retreat in 2011, a breast cancer survivor adjusting to life post-battle. She spent two and a half days at Lone Mountain Ranch in Big Sky with 13 other women, all of whom were survivors just like her, with their own stories and struggles.
BIG SKY – On Friday, August 17, the opening night of the Moonlight Music Festival, The Mission Temple Fireworks Revival with Paul Thorn & Blind Boys of Alabama had a crowd of hundreds eating out of their hands.