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Man can keep house built without county OK, but can’t subdivide land, judge says

HELENA — Greg Hampton will not be forced to tear down the house he built without the approval of Lewis and Clark County, but Judge Kathy Seeley told him he won’t ever be allowed to further subdivide the 12-acre property in the South Hills as a penalty and he has to upgrade the road leading to it.

April 27, 2013 7:27 amLoading…

Lewis and Clark County to spend $1.6 million on energy efficiency

Drafty windows, leaky door seals, inefficient heating systems and old lights that aren’t all that bright are among what’s going to save Lewis and Clark County $77,000 a year.

March 10, 2013 5:47 pmLoading…
Road to Helena forest land gated, locked

Road to Helena forest land gated, locked

Bill Orsello stares with a heavy heart at the padlocked metal gate across Forest Service Road 774-A1, reading the sign recently posted by landowner Tom Hoffman.

December 15, 2012 7:00 pm Photos

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Lewis and Clark County wraps up road lawsuit; payments total $724K

HELENA — Lewis and Clark County Administrator Eric Bryson hand-delivered a $424,000 check to Helena attorney Ken Dyrud Wednesday as part of the final settlement over a road lawsuit involving developer Jerry Christison and his Fox Trot Estates Subdivision.

November 29, 2012 7:04 amLoading…

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