News from the Knoff Group

Bozeman voters pass $125 million bond for two high schools

Bozeman, Montana is growing and the community has just welcomed a new high school and an existing high school renovation into the mix.  This will affect property taxes but will give more space for students to learn and grow.  It will also cause there to be more redistricting.  The groundbreaking will likely come in 2018. …

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City of Bozeman vs Gallatin County – Westside Bozeman Transportation Plan

Just who should contribute to the City of Bozeman’s new transportation plan? Developers along the stretches considered have had to cough up funds to improve roadways as part of getting their building permits – but the county isn’t budging. City plans westside road ‘mega-build,’ but county doesn’t want to help pay by Eric Dietrich, Bozeman …

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Forecasts predict strengthening Montana economy, revenues

Currently, forecasts point towards a strengthening of Montana’s economy. This is being used as a basis for a new tax plan for Montana. It will be interesting to see how things pan out as our Legislative session convenes in February. Forecasts predict strengthening Montana economy, revenues By MATT VOLZ Associated Press Nov 16, 2016 HELENA, …

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School reserve levy passes – Big Sky School District

Big Sky residents recently voted to support on a school bond to allow for completion of the Ophir Elementary School facility. A recent article by Explore Big Sky about the passing of the initiative can be found below. By Amanda Eggert EBS Staff Writer May 14, 2016 BIG SKY – The Big Sky School District …

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Belgrade backs high school – $25M Bond Passed with 60%

After a history of not passing school related bonds and initiatives, Belgrade voters are changing their tune. Better education of the public by the School Board was a great catalyst for this to happen. Read more below. Belgrade backs high school – Levy, building bond pass by wide margin by Sam Weber, Belgrade News staff …

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