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Articles with the Tag: Polson city commission

Polson named most business-friendly city

POLSON — At the Oct. 1 Polson City Commissioner’s meeting, City Manager Todd Crossett announced that the Montana Policy Institute completed a study on the most business-friendly of Montana’s 25 largest cities, and Polson topped the list. The three categories ranked were economic vitality, b...

City commissioners pass budget

POLSON — Polson City Commissioners approved Resolution No. 1033, adopting a budget for the City of Polson for fiscal year 2012-13. including medical mills. The resolution allowed the city to impose 5.5 mills for permissive medical mills, at a value of $9,248 per mill, which will generate approximate...

Commission holds budget vote until next meeting

POLSON — City commissioners tabled the 58-page preliminary budget for the City of Polson at their meeting on Sept. 3. They will vote on the budget at their next meeting Sept. 17. Mayor Pat DeVries asked commissioners to let City Manager Todd Crossett know what parts of the budget they wanted to look...

GPCF president announces 2012 grants

POLSON — At the Aug. 20 Polson City Commission meeting, Greater Polson Community Foundation President Penny Jarecki listed the 2012 grants from the foundation.  Grants went to the Dayton-Proctor Foundation, Cheerful Heart, Flathead Lakers, Flathead Lake International Cinema Fest, North Lake Cou...

City commission will meet on budget

POLSON — A public hearing for the City of Polson’s budget was rescheduled during the Aug. 6 Polson City Commission meeting. The reason given was that the city just received its revenue from the state of Montana at the end of July, and the meeting is set for Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. During the city ma...

Impact fee changes should go through committee

Editor,  The City of Polson hired a consulting firm, Tishlerbise, to advise the process of developing an impact fee ordinance. State code requires that any governmental entity that intends to propose an impact fee ordinance or resolution shall establish an impact fee advisory committee. The impact fe...

City commission begins work on budget

POLSON — At their July 16 meeting, the Polson City Commissioners scheduled a budget public hearing for Wednesday, Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. They also unanimously approved a resolution, authorizing the sale of city-owned property. According to city attorney James Raymond, the matter was housekeeping regarding...


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