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Articles with the Tag: Ronan City Council

Ronan makes plans Ronan  makes plans

RONAN — The Ronan Revitalization committee met with representatives from KLJ Engineering on May 21 to review draft reports of a Downtown Master Plan and 5-year Economic Development Strategic Plan. Ronan Revitalization is a subcommittee of the Ronan Area Chamber of Commerce with representation from t...

New members sworn in to Ronan City Council New members sworn in to Ronan City Council

RONAN — The Ronan town council met for their last meeting of 2023 on Dec. 27 with new members sworn in. Ellen Kaphammer was sworn in as the council president. She accepted and  thanked everyone. “Ellen, you are a veteran council member now,” Mayor Chris Adler said. Lawrence Ra...

Ronan council considers future expansion Ronan council considers future expansion

RONAN — The Ronan City Council met for their regular meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11. Mayor Chris Adler said: “We normally don’t get this full so if anyone needs a chair let us know.” Once seating had been dealt with, agenda items were covered, including law enforcement concerns a...

Ronan council approves hens in city limits Ronan council approves hens in city limits

RONAN — The Ronan City Council met on July 26, discussing whether to allow chickens within Ronan City limits.  The animal ordinance of Ronan has disallowed chickens within the city for decades but has become a topic of conversation within the council at recent meetings. Ultimately, the councilm...

Ronan clears up confusion around proposed meat processing plant Ronan clears up confusion around proposed meat processing plant

RONAN — The Ronan City Council held a public meeting on July 12 to address community concerns as well as clear up some misunderstandings about a proposed meat processing plant. The project was first brought before the council in May, but they decided a public hearing would be best to conduct first to c...

Ronan discusses possible subdivision Ronan discusses possible subdivision

RONAN — Discussion of a possible subdivision in Ronan continued during a recent Ronan City Council meeting on April 12.  Previously presented as a possibility by local surveyor Marc Carstens on Nov. 9 of last year, he returned with more progressed plans in order to keep the city apprised of the...

Ronan Police Department swears in new officer Ronan Police Department swears in new officer

RONAN — A new police, officer chosen by Chief Robert Jacobson, was sworn into the City of Ronan Police Department on Feb. 8. After an extensive search for a new officer with the right abilities and characteristics, Jacobson said Kellen Botten’s application stood out more than anyone else’s....

Ronan city council discusses business licenses, marijuana revenue Ronan city council discusses business licenses, marijuana revenue

RONAN — The Ronan City Council held a meeting on Jan. 25 to discuss upcoming projects and existing concerns for the town. The councilmembers reported their continuing discussion on potential business licenses for the city of Ronan. City Clerk and Treasurer Kaylene Melton compiled examples of busines...

Revitalization committee talks progress

RONAN — The Ronan Revitalization Committee held their first meeting of the new year on Jan. 23 to discuss progress toward improving the town and projects to look forward to.  As part of the requirement for participating in the Montana Main Street (MMS) program, members of the committee, along w...

Ronan discusses possibility of subdivision Ronan discusses possibility of subdivision

RONAN — On Nov. 9 the Ronan City Council listened to information about a possible subdivision coming to town.  Local surveyor Marc Carstens brought in the information, emphasizing that this was simply the introduction of a concept with nothing yet firmly concrete. This initial presentation was ...


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