Montana League Of Cities And Towns
Billings City Council member Denis Pitman said he plans to run next year for a seat on the Yellowstone County Commission.
After nearly two hours of presentations, public testimony and debate during a work session Tuesday, the Billings City Council was no closer to deciding whether to combine the city’s two street maintenance districts than it was when it first heard the proposal Jan. 5.
HELENA — Increased property values through reappraisal do not necessarily translate into higher property taxes, state Revenue Director Mike Kadas said.
Is it time for citizens to study their county and city governments and consider changes – large or small – in the structure of government?
In the second week of March, the Montana Board of Oil and Gas Conservation:
With the start of the 2013 Montana Legislature less than three months away, Billings City Council members received an update on the city's legislative priorities Monday night.
HELENA — Gov. Brian Schweitzer says his proposed financial fix for the state’s two major public-employee pension funds won’t raise any taxes.
Treated water from the city of Billings' sewer plant flows into the Yellowstone River a little upstream of Two Moon Park.
Night and day, 365 days a year, a little upstream of Two Moon Park, a concrete culvert discharges treated wastewater from the city of Billings into the Yellowstone River.
Billings City Councilperson Vince Ruegamer was elected president of the Montana League of Cities and Towns at its annual convention on Oct. 8, in Butte. Ruegamer was elected third vice-president in 2007, and has moved through the chairs. He became involved with the League in 2005, and has se…
Looking ahead to the 2011 session of the Montana Legislature, cities and counties are hoping their revenues won’t be raided to help balance the state budget.
MISSOULA — Cities and counties in Montana are hustling to protect their turf in a legislative battle that hasn’t even been declared.
BOZEMAN - About 22,000 ballots will be mailed out Monday as Bozeman switches over to a vote-by-mail system for this fall's City Commission election.