In the crowded meeting room in Virginia City the Madison County Board of Commissioners (MCBC), Madison County opened a discussion about the petition to abandon county road #71, Adobetown Road on May 24.
The hiring process for a replacement Madison County Region 3 commissioner is underway. A review panel of Region 3 residents, comprised of Kristi Ranson, Bob Briggs, Kevin Boltz, Rob Gallentine and Scott Smith will hold public interviews on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 6 p.m.
F ollowing the early resignation of Madison County Commissioner Jim Hart five Ennis-area residents have thrown in their hats into the ring for a chance to be hired to the position.
John Heckler, Marc Glines, Michael R. White, Brian Conklin and Sabrina Sigourney are the applicants in the running.
Madison County school boards are now considering a mask-related proposal passed down from the Madison County Board of Commissioners on Sept. 23.
For nearly three decades a portion of the rugged Axolotl Lakes Road, which connects the Shining Mountains neighborhood in Ennis to Virginia City, has been closed to automobile traffic but open to snowmobile use from December 1 to April 15.
Montana Fish & Wildlife Commissioners moved to extend the closure of the Ennis Fishing Access Site (FAS) until June 30 during a meeting on April 1. Commissioners also voted 4-1 to delay the implementation of the Madison River commercial cap, as part of the Madison River Recreation Management rules adopted by the Secretary of State in Dec.
During the Madison County Commissioners’ Meeting on Jan. 12, extending hazard pay for nursing home employees was approved through the end of January.
The rules regulating recreation use on the Madison River will be official on Dec. 24, even though nearly all of the rules, as adopted by the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission, won’t be implemented until 2022.
VIRGINIA CITY—At their weekly meeting on Tuesday, October 23, the Madison County commissioners approved a loan to facilitate a Habitat for Humanity project that will take place in Ennis’s North 40 subdivision north of town.
VIRGINIA CITY—At their weekly meeting on Tuesday, October 2, the Madison County commissioners voted to lift the countywide burn ban now that the 2018 fire season is winding down.