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BDC – Gallatin County moves forward on development plan to address growth

This is a big step towards continuity in planning and zoning efforts in the unincorporated county areas between Bozeman, Belgrade and Four Corners. Gallatin County moves forward on development plan to address growth By Perrin Stein Chronicle Staff Writer Jul 7, 2020 The Gallatin County Commission took a significant step Tuesday toward adopting a plan …

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PSC approves Utility Solutions Sale to Four Corners WSD

PSC has approved the sale of the Utility Solutions/Double Tree water system to the Four Corners Water & Sewer District.  Next steps are working on offering bonds for sale – available in November with completed sale in December. Many clients have asked why the system is changing hands – below is from the FAQ section …

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PSC hears Four Corners WSD pitch – The Belgrade News: Local News

Representatives from Utility Solutions and the Four Corners Water and Sewer District made their pitch to the Public Service Commission Tuesday morning to place the private utility into public hands. A lot of the two-hour hearing at Belgrade City Hall revolved around the fate of Elk Grove subdivision residents. Currently, utility service to Elk Grove …

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Monforton asks for new school – The Belgrade News: Local News

After a record high enrollment for this school year, Monforton School is asking voters to fund the construction of a new middle school, the third expansion in the district since 2010. The school is asking taxpayers to approve a $7.1 million bond for the project, Superintendent Darren Strauch said. Ballots will be sent out next …

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Bozeman Daily Chronicle: Booming Bozeman – Development, building pick up page as economic recovery continues

Commercial is picking up in Bozeman to accommodate the new subdivisions and neighborhoods that are expanding to the west of N 19th.  Huffine to Four Corners will experience a huge amount of commercial growth over the coming years – including new restaurants, service stations and other smaller businesses.  This article is an interesting one, from …

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