Vacancy – Appointment of Sheridan Council position starting October 31st in accordance with MCA 7-4-4112.
This month’s Sheridan Town Council meeting opened with a reminder that the public meeting regarding the subdivision, previously postponed, will be held on July 26, 6 p.m., location to be determined. Mayor Stump encouraged people to look at the plans, and the source documents that can be found at the library or the Planning Board website.
On May 10, the Sheridan Town Council unanimously voted to approve both the Town’s Capital Improvement Plan and the Growth Policy.
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.
ENNIS – Ennis town council solved a problem at its Thursday, May 9 meeting.
The council decided to repaint parking lines on the north side of West Main St. to create diagonal parking spots, which will make the narrow road fire truck accessible at all times.
ENNIS—The Ennis town commission began their February meeting with a special agenda designated specifically for ongoing deliberations regarding a new project at the east end of Main Street, near Lions Park.
TWIN BRIDGES – Twin Bridges town council unanimously approved a resolution to create a storm water Special Improvement District in the town and proceed with $600,000 plans for collecting and moving storm water from city streets at their January 8 meeting.
TWIN BRIDGES – Town council Attorney Lori Harshbarger had a lot to say at the October 9 meeting of Twin Bridges town council.
First, Harshbarger explained to the council the findings of Attorney General (AG) Tim Fox on the long-standing issues between the town council and the library.
VIRGINIA CITY—After six decades without it, Virginia City is finally getting some gas.
At its monthly meeting on Thursday, August 2, the Virginia City town council voted to approve a project that has been on the minds of residents for years—the installation of a functioning gas station.
SHERIDAN – Water rates in Sheridan may soon be changing.
The town council is looking at raising the rates it charges for water.
The council approved a “resolution of intention” to change water rates at its July 9 meeting.