No matter which fill-in legislator is chosen to represent Lockwood and surrounding areas in the Montana House of Representatives in January, he will oppose the governor’s big-ticket initiatives while supporting bills of local import.
The Yellowstone County commissioners will hold interviews Dec. 9 for candidates seeking to fill the House District 56 legislative seat.
The legislative seat abruptly vacated by Rep. Jonathan McNiven has attracted interest from 15 would-be replacements, Republicans said Monday.
Short on time, Republicans and Yellowstone County commissioners will have to hustle to replace Rep. Jonathan McNiven, who recently resigned, before the 2015 Legislature begins.
Lockwood and Worden state legislator Jonathan McNiven has resigned his post just two weeks after the general election.
When he’s not working for Charter Communications, Jonathan McNiven runs his own business developing websites for small communities in the Billings area. On top of that, the married father of four also represents House District 44 in the Montana Legislature.
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Between family, work and serving in the Montana Legislature, Jonathan McNiven stays quite busy.
As many of you know, safety concerns and the unfortunate death of one of our community members in Lockwood over a year ago prompted Yellowstone County commissioners to bring a bill to the 2013 Montana Legislature to clarify options for creating a district to help deal with safety concerns of…
Organizers are hoping to attract at least 300 Lockwood residents to hear the Montana Economic Development Association's final report and recommendations at 7 tonight in the Lockwood Sturdevant Gym.
Montana law allows counties to create special districts for specific services like fire, transportation and schools, but not for sidewalks or streetlights, according to Chief Deputy County Attorney Dan Schwarz.
Montana lawmakers have the opportunity to let local voters decide on improvements for pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
Lockwood community leaders and Yellowstone County officials asked a state Senate committee on Monday to support a bill that would allow the county to create a special taxing district for sidewalks and trails to help make the community safer.
Democrats gained seven seats in the state House of Representatives on Tuesday, including two regional pickups.
A day after the Legislature adjourned its biennial session, House Speaker Mike Milburn, R-Cascade, still had 51 bills to sign and send to the governor, according to legislative information. Senate President Jim Peterson, R-Buffalo, had 22 bills to sign and have delivered to the executive off…
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