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Articles with the Tag: Lake County Commissioners

Density regulations review begins Density regulations review begins

Nancy Posivio’s family has owned a 2.5-acre Swan Lake property for more than 50 years, and when she and her two siblings recently inherited the land, each had their own idea of how they would like to purpose the place. The ideal and simplest option to resolve the issue was to split the land three wa...

Tax revenue use explained

Many Lake County property owners were in the courthouse during the month of November to pay the first half of their taxes for 2013. Needless to say, a number of folks were unhappy with the amount of money that Lake County was extracting from them. Some also added notes with their payments and we would like t...

Lake County funded to plan, design new psychiatric crisis stabilization facility

POLSON — Lake County has been awarded $125,000 from the Montana Department of Health and Human Services to plan and design a new six-bed psychiatric stabilization facility. The new program will fill a gap in mental health services for Lake County. The state has recognized the need for this program i...

Rural fire district considers selling Fairgrounds Station

POLSON — Polson Rural Fire District trustees are considering the proposed sale of Fairgrounds Station No. 4. “This board did not go looking to sell (the station),” Chair Jack Clapp said. “We were approached.”  Lake County Search and Rescue has offered $289,000 to purc...

Skyline Drive officially opens Skyline Drive officially opens

POLSON — From a sidehill, Skyline Drive started as a stagecoach road before turning into the luxe two-lane road complete with a walking/biking path and guardrails that it is today.  Saturday, Oct. 12 dawned cold and gray, but that didn’t stop the ribbon cutting for the $12 million Skyline...

County Commissioners welcome public input, meeting attendance

News from the Lake County Commissioners POLSON — Welcome to the first Lake County Commissioners’ column. It is our hope that this column will provide our readers with pertinent information about our office and some of the decisions that are being made and how those decisions might affect you a...

Bridge on Little Bitterroot Road to close for replacement Bridge on Little Bitterroot Road to close for replacement

HOT SPRINGS — Christensen Bridge, the third bridge from Montana Highway 28 traveling east on Little Bitterroot Road about three and a half miles from Hot Springs, will be closed for replacement March 18-April 8, according to a press release from the Lake County Commissioner’s Office. “It...

Bridge closure to limit travel between Ronan, Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS — According to Lake County Commissioner Ann Brower, the State of Montana will close Christiansen Bridge, the third bridge east of Montana Highway 28 on Little Bitterroot Road between Ronan and Hot Springs, March 4-29. During this time, the bridge will be replaced with a steel bridge.  ...

Swenson won’t violate ‘property’

Editor,  I support John Swenson in his bid for the office of Lake County Commissioner. John will be a strong voice and vote for individual property rights while in the commissioners’ office. The principle of property is essential to freedom. In his famous essay on “Property” in 1...

Decker, Swenson vie for county commissioner Decker, Swenson vie for county commissioner

Two candidates survived the primary election and are competing in the race for Lake County Commissioner. They are Gale Decker, Republican, and John Swenson, Independent. The winner of the race will take his seat with commissioners Ann Brower and Bill Barron.   Gale Decker Decker, 64, and his ...

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